Most Expensive Jordan’s Ever Sold

The Michael Jordan brand has lived long on past his basketball playing career due to him being one of the best ever playersin the game. Back in 1984 when he struck the major Mike deal, Jordan wouldn’t know how big his sneaker collection would become and due to it being so big over the years there’s been some collaborations that have fetched some serious money – we look at the top 3 sales today.

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Coming in at number three is the Air Jordan 10 OVO Drake Collection selling for a whopping $100,000. The shoe was a collaboration with Drake’s brand OVO and was created as a limited edition shoes which was released in both Black and White.

Second on the list of most expensive Jordan’s ever is the Air Jordan 12 Flu Game selling for an impressive $104,000. The Flu Game is one of the most iconic moments in Michael’s career – Game 5 of the 1997 NBA finals he went on to say “I almost played myself into passing out!” Despite Jordan not being on his A game and feeling under the weather, he went on to score a massive 38 points to lead himself to his fifth title.

Finally taking the number one spot, and it’s no surprise when you see the shoe below that it is number one, is the Solid Gold OVO x Air Jordans at a staggering $2million! The shoe made from 24 karat gold, designed by American artist Matthew Senna where initially made for Drake in 2016 however the artist never got his hand on them due to the resell value of them. These shoes come in at a whopping 100 pound of gold in weight – a crazy statistic.