Sotheby's is auctioning off Michael Jordan's game-worn Jordan 1s from 1985

The shoe is estimated to reach a final auction price of $150,000.
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Michael Jordan’s Game Worn 1985 Player Sample Air Jordan 1s

The holy grail of sneakers is currently up for auction with the sale of Michael Jordan's game-worn Air Jordan 1s. The shoe that started it all currently has a single bid of $100,000 and is expected to reach a final price of $150,000 when the lot closes on May 17th. Set to be one of the most valuable sneakers on the market, the shoes are also autographed and come in mismatched sizes, which Jordan was known for wearing during his career. 

$100,000-$150,000, sothebys.com

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