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Michael Jordan's first Nike Air Jordan sneakers are going under the hammer. The signed basketball shoes are tipped to sell for as much as $150,000 USD when they are sold by Sotheby's auction house in an online auction that closes on May 17. The white, black and red Air Jordan 1s, designed for Jordan in 1985 and the first ever signature sneakers, have red laces. They are autographed by Jordan, and have been well worn by the one time Chicago Bulls player - and the shoe is described by Sotheby's as "one of the most most important basketball sneakers of all time". Like most of Jordan?s basketball shoes, they are a mismatched pair in a size 13 (left) and size 13.5 (right), Sotheby?s said. The shoes are being sold by collector Jordan Geller, founder of the sneaker museum Shoezeum, where they were previously on display in Las Vegas. The auction comes at the 35th anniversary of the Air Jordan brand and the screening of TV documentary ?The Last Dance? about the Chicago Bulls and Jordan. ?With all the excitement surrounding Michael Jordan and ?The Last Dance,? my wife and I decided that it?s time to let the shoes find a new home,? Geller said in a statement. Sotheby?s last year held its first auction dedicated entirely to sneakers / trainers. It set a new world record of $437,500 USD for a pair of 1972 Nike running shoes, known as the Moon Shoe. Editorial use only. Must credit Courtesy of Sotheby's / MEGA. 11 May 2020 Pictured: The Nike Air Jordan 1s. Photo credit: Courtesy of Sotheby's/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Michael Jordan's first Nike Air Jordan sneakers are going under the hammer. The signed basketball shoes are tipped to sell for as much as $150,000 USD when they are sold by Sotheby's auction house in an online auction that closes on May 17. The white, black and red Air Jordan 1s, designed for Jordan in 1985 and the first ever signature sneakers, have red laces. They are autographed by Jordan, and have been well worn by the one time Chicago Bulls player - and the shoe is described by Sotheby's as "one of the most most important basketball sneakers of all time". Like most of Jordan?s basketball shoes, they are a mismatched pair in a size 13 (left) and size 13.5 (right), Sotheby?s said. The shoes are being sold by collector Jordan Geller, founder of the sneaker museum Shoezeum, where they were previously on display in Las Vegas. The auction comes at the 35th anniversary of the Air Jordan brand and the screening of TV documentary ?The Last Dance? about the Chicago Bulls and Jordan. ?With all the excitement surrounding Michael Jordan and ?The Last Dance,? my wife and I decided that it?s time to let the shoes find a new home,? Geller said in a statement. Sotheby?s last year held its first auction dedicated entirely to sneakers / trainers. It set a new world record of $437,500 USD for a pair of 1972 Nike running shoes, known as the Moon Shoe. Editorial use only. Must credit Courtesy of Sotheby's / MEGA. 11 May 2020 Pictured: The Nike Air Jordan 1s. Photo credit: Courtesy of Sotheby's/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Michael Jordan's first Nike Air Jordan sneakers are going under the hammer. The signed basketball shoes are tipped to sell for as much as $150,000 USD when they are sold by Sotheby's auction house in an online auction that closes on May 17. The white, black and red Air Jordan 1s, designed for Jordan in 1985 and the first ever signature sneakers, have red laces. They are autographed by Jordan, and have been well worn by the one time Chicago Bulls player - and the shoe is described by Sotheby's as "one of the most most important basketball sneakers of all time". Like most of Jordan?s basketball shoes, they are a mismatched pair in a size 13 (left) and size 13.5 (right), Sotheby?s said. The shoes are being sold by collector Jordan Geller, founder of the sneaker museum Shoezeum, where they were previously on display in Las Vegas. The auction comes at the 35th anniversary of the Air Jordan brand and the screening of TV documentary ?The Last Dance? about the Chicago Bulls and Jordan. ?With all the excitement surrounding Michael Jordan and ?The Last Dance,? my wife and I decided that it?s time to let the shoes find a new home,? Geller said in a statement. Sotheby?s last year held its first auction dedicated entirely to sneakers / trainers. It set a new world record of $437,500 USD for a pair of 1972 Nike running shoes, known as the Moon Shoe. Editorial use only. Must credit Courtesy of Sotheby's / MEGA. 11 May 2020 Pictured: The Nike Air Jordan 1s - close up with signature. Photo credit: Courtesy of Sotheby's/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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