Who is willing to pay more than $7,000 for a pair of sneakers? There are not only expensive stilettos; the sneaker is also seen as a true fashion icon. Men in particular love to purchase a special pair of sneakers. The price of the sneakers often rises because they are made in a limited edition. The more exclusive, the more expensive the sneaker. What are the most expensive sneakers in the world? We will discuss the top 10.
10. Air Jordan 2 Eminem 313 – $ 1,000
The Air Jordan 2 Eminem Way I Am 313 Limited Edition sneakers costs around $1000. When Nike showed up with these sneakers, the sneaker world had no idea what would happen. The shoes were sold out within 5 minutes during the launch. This special limited edition version has a separate retro design with which they radiate an enormous high fashion quality.
9. Balmain High Top & Double Strap – $ 1,475
The silver Balmain sneakers are made of leather and have rubber soles. The shoes go high on the ankles and can be fastened with two silver straps of Velcro. If you like silver, these sneakers are yours for a price tag of $1475.
8. Nike Air Foamposite – $ 1,500
Nike has developed a special foam technology that achieves more comfort while wearing. This shoe was still worth $180 in 1997. Nowadays you have to pay 1500 dollars to own a pair of Nike Air Foamposite. The sneakers do have a beautifully stylish look.
7. Christian Louboutin Rantus Orlato Flat – $ 1,695
Do you like striking sneakers that make you flash? Then these sneakers from Christian Louboutin are the ultimate one for you. They are red, striking and contain details of snakeskin. This concerns real snakeskin. You can purchase these sneakers for $1695.
6. Jimmy Choo Belgravia High Tops & Star Studded – $ 2,350
Jimmy Choo has also introduced a special sneaker for men. What can of course be expected from the brand is the spicy price tag. For 2350 dollars you can own a pair of these sneakers. The shoe is quite inconspicuous and contains leather, suede and a canvas top with metallic stars on it. They are made in Italy, the country where the most beautiful shoes are produced.
5. Nike ParaNorman Foamposite – $ 3,000
The Nike ParaNorman Foamposite sneakers may look strange at first sight, but you will get a lot of attention and compliments with these shoes. The sneakers with a value of 3000 dollars are inspired by the film. They contain all kinds of special effects such as soles that glow in the dark and images of smoke. Only 800 pairs of sneakers of this kind have been made, which is partly the cause of the high price.
4. Nike Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Paris’ – $ 3,500
These very exclusive shoes are a true work of art. No fewer than 202 pairs of this sneaker have been made. The shoe was designed by the French painter Bernard Buffet. They cost around 3500 dollars.
3. Rick Owens ‘GeoBasket’ – $ 5,152
Famous stars like Madonna and Rihanna prefer to wear the Rick Owens brand, so why not you? For 5152 dollars you can be the owner of the Rick Owens GeoBasket sneakers. They are made from brown iguana skin. The exotic material ensures that they are produced in a limited edition. You will definitely stand out with these shoes!
2. Nike Air Mag – $ 6,000
The Nike Air Mag sneakers were seen as the shoe of the future. They were originally launched in 2011 in a very limited edition. The Nike Air Mag shoes were only sold through an auction. However, there is such a high demand for the shoe that the Nike Air Mag came on the market again in 2015. If you want to purchase the shoes, you will have to pay $6000. The shoes contain lights in the heels and laces that tie themselves. This is a must-have for the true sneaker and tech lover!
1. Nike SB Flom Dunk High – $ 7,500
The most expensive sneaker at the moment is the Nike SB Flom Dunk High. This sneaker is only for sale at certain exclusive retailers. They are black or white with red and gold accents. The sneakers look very stylish. If you didn’t know better, you might think the shoe was designed by the Gucci design team. The price of the shoe is mainly determined by the SB brand of the sneaker. Are you willing to spend $7500 on a pair of sneakers?