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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: Earliest known Michael Jordan Regular Season Game Worn Nikes ? the Nike Air Ships. Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom and remains a beloved classic, having been ranked as the singer?s greatest song by Rolling Stone Magazine in 2013, and used by the artist as the title of his 2016 autobiography. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of $200/300,000. Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: The auction will also include a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced (est. $50/70,000). Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: The auction will also include a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced (est. $50/70,000). Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: Earliest known Michael Jordan Regular Season Game Worn Nikes ? the Nike Air Ships. Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: Earliest known Michael Jordan Regular Season Game Worn Nikes ? the Nike Air Ships. Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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This pair of basketball sneakers / trainers could become the most expensive sold at auction when they go under the hammer later this month. Auction house Sotheby's is set to sell a pair of game-worn Michael Jordan Nikes. And they are tipped to go for as much as $1.5 million USD. That would make them the most expensive sneakers ever to be sold at auction. The signed red and white Air Ships were worn by b-ball legend Jordan in his fifth NBA game in his rookie season on November 1, 1984. After the game they were given to a ball boy for the opposing Denver Nuggets team, who has held on to them ever since. "Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectibles, "These sneakers are a crucial part of the genesis of that story. But beyond that, it is also simply an incredible artifact that dates to the nascency of Michael Jordan's rookie season." They will be offered in Sotheby?s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction that will take place live from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on October 24. The ?Air Ship? ? designed by Bruce Kilgore ? was originally released in 1984, and was the first basketball shoe worn by Michael Jordan as an NBA professional. The auction also includes a pair of ?Player Sample? Air Jordan 1s made exclusively for Michael Jordan in 1985, but of which have never been worn and remain in perfect condition, without ever being laced. They have a pre-sale estimate of between $50,000 and $70,000 USD. The sale will also be highlighted by an early working manuscript of Bruce Springsteen?s beloved American anthem, ?Born to Run.? The 1975 hit catapulted ?The Boss? to mega-stardom. Written entirely in Springsteen?s hand over a six-month period of editing and reworking, this early version ? believed to be the first ? charts the beginnings of the breakout hit and the singer?s ongoing creative process. Formerly in the collection of Springsteen?s previous manager and Born to Run producer, Mike Appel, the manuscript comes to auction with an estimate of up to $300,000 USD. Sotheby?s last year broke records by selling a pair of Kanye West ?Grammy Worn? Nike Air Yeezy 1 Prototypes from 2008. They sold sold for $1.8 million USD via a private sale, rather than a public auction. Credit SOTHEBY'S / MEGA. 08 Oct 2021 Pictured: Earliest known Michael Jordan Regular Season Game Worn Nikes ? the Nike Air Ships. Photo credit: SOTHEBY'S/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Michael Air JORDAN, USA, basketball, action, dream team, half figure, half figure, games of the XXV. Olympic Games 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona Spain, from 25.07. until 08/09/1992. ??

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Michael Air JORDAN, USA, basketball, action, dream team, half figure, half figure, games of the XXV. Olympic Games 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona Spain, from 25.07. until 08/09/1992. ??

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Michael Air JORDAN, USA, basketball, action, dream team, half figure, half figure, games of the XXV. Olympic Games 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona Spain, from 25.07. until 08/09/1992. ??