The sneakers Michael Jordan wore at the 1984 Olympic Finals have been put up on auction. They could reportedly fetch up to USD$100,000 (approx. SGD$138,290) in price.
Michael Jordan’s footwear of choice for the 1984 Olympic Finals were a pair of Converse sneakers. This was before Michael Jordan signed his life-changing deal with Nike.
Jordan wore the shoes to play in the game that saw USA’s victory over Spain in the Olympic Finals.
This pair in particular is ultra-rare, as Michael Jordan has dual-signed it on top of wearing it for the very last time as an amateur player.
These size 13 kicks have been described to be in great condition despite wear and tear. They are currently up for bidding on SCP Auction.
SPC tells TMZ that the bids can go up to USD$100,000 (approx. SGD$138,290), so this one’s not for just your regular sneakerhead.