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Michael Jordan's Earliest Game-Worn, Signed Nikes Head to Auction

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Sotheby's will be hosting the Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction in Las Vegas on Oct. 24, which will feature an epic array of collectible and luxury goods in all kinds of segments including automobiles. And one of the coolest items up for grabs is a pair of Michael Jordan’s earliest known game-worn Nikes.

The red and white sneakers, circa 1984, come from the mind of Air Force 1 designer Bruce Kilgore and pre-date the legendary Air Jordan 1 silhouette. They arrive signed by #23 and carry an est. of $1mm USD-$1.5mm USD, which would make them the most valuable sneakers in the world. 

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