10. Nike Air Mag Back to the Future
This shoe were made to replicate the shoe worn by Marty McFly in the Back to the future II movie. The shoe features glowing LED panels, upper contours and luminescent Nike logo. Nike Air Mag can glow up to 5 hours from the built-in battery, and about 3000 hours until you’ll need to replace the battery. This feature makes these shoes first rechargeable sneakers from Nike. Only 1500 pairs were ever made, and none of them got to the store. They all were sold on the auction with all benefits going to Michael Jordan’s Fox foundation for research for finding cure of Parkinson disease. Fox is a star of Back to Future, and he also has a Parkinson disease. Sneakers come with anti-gravity magnetic case, battery charger and commemorative pin.
9. Air Jordan V (SE)
The Air Jordan V (SE) was released in 1990 and Jordan designed the model with World War II fighter planes in mind. There is a visible opened shark mouth that was designed at the tip of the shoe. Lace locks were also included, which is said to have been the first time this feature was included as a functional feature on basketball sneakers. Jordan had a special version of this shoe made for himself, and it included his number 23 on the shoe.
8. Air Jordan 4 Undefeated
The Air Jordan 4 Undefeated just sold at Stadium Goods for $18,500 proving that for those with enough cash, nothing will stand in the way of a sneakerhead and one of his or her grails. Created in 2005, the militaristic collaboration was limited to only 72 pairs given out to friends and family and never actually released at retail.
7. Air Jordan 3 Retro
The DJ Khaled x Air Jordan 3 features a vibrant red leather upper with the elephant print toe and heel panels you know and love, completed with a modified heel tab proclaiming “WE THE BEST” along with the usual Jumpman.
6. Air Jordan 4 Eminem x Carhartt
This ultra-limited edition from Eminem and Carhartt features a black twill upper with hockey mask and “E” detailing on each heel tab. Silver accents and a cloudy clear outsole finish off the amazing execution.
5. Air Jordan 11 Jeter
Derek Jeter is one of the best New York Yankees in the team’s history, so it made perfect sense that Jordan Brand commemorated his retirement in 2017 with an exclusive Air Jordan 11. Only five pairs exist.
4. Air Jordan 8 Retro Promo “Kentucky Madness”
The “Kentucky Madness” Air Jordan 8, which Drake wore to Kentucky Basketball’s Big Blue Madness event
3. Air Jordan 4 Retro “Eminem”
Eminem’s Air Jordan 4 release of 2005 is considered to be one of the greatest collaborations in the history of sneakers. This special blue, red, and black color palette was a tribute to the Detroit-based hip-hop legend’s ENCORE album, with a rumored 50 pairs given to friends and family.
2. Air Jordan 12 OVO
The Air Jordan 12 OVO is another pair of sneakers that was thrown to a fan who was at Drake’s Extravaganza Night at the Toronto Raptors. It was a lady fan who after getting the sneakers, turned around and sold them and received $100,000 for the pair. At that price, it makes the Air Jordan 12 OVO’s, the second most expensive pair of Jordan’s.
1. Air Jordan 12 (Flu Game)
Heralded as the most expensive Jordans in the world; the unique pair of Air Jordan 12 worn by Michael Jordan in the infamous “Flu Game,”-a game where Jordan played while ill.