Before anything comes to life, whether its product, invention, trade or even making an in investment decision, some planning gotta take place to ensure that everything runs smoothly and the end goal is met.
As everyone probably knows by now, Kanye West had a deal with Nike in 2009, during the planning process, they came up with a YEEZY prototype which didn't make the final cut. The reason why the public knows of that prototype sneaker is because Kanye worn the shoe during his Grammy performance.
One lucky sneakerhead managed to get his hands on the prototype and held on to them for close to 10 years if not more, this he did knowing very well the sneaker will rise in value.
The sneakerhead has finally come out of the closet he's been hiding and announced he's selling the Nike YEEZY prototype, he didn't mention the price but those who know say the sneaker is currently valued at $1 million.
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