This is more of a kind of bonus you probably wouldn’t be able to do much walking in these 24 carat solid gold sneakers, made by Jordan and OVO. So who is the owner of these one of a kind sneakers? Drake himself.
Although no official price was released, according to a study that took into account the price of gold in 2016 and the amount necessary to create these sneakers, the shoes are estimated to be worth an incredible $2,000,000 ( R30 million )
2. Nike Moon Shoe –$437,500
This shoe was designed by Nike´s co-founder Bill Bowerman for the 1972 Olympics qualifiers. It’s the only remaining preserved pair of this shoe, and it is also unique because the sole was literally made in a waffle maker. The sneakers were auctioned off at Sotheby’s by collector Miles Nadal in July 2019, officially making them the world’s most expensive shoes for many.
6. Air Jordan Silver Shoes – $60,000
No, these sneakers aren’t made from real silver. So why, do you ask, did they sell for $60,000 at an auction? Apart from only 10 pairs being made, Michael Jordan also got one of them as a 32nd birthday gift from his wife, which gives this sneaker a cute backstory
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