Updated July 24th, 2019:
This means that he purchased the entire Stadium Goods x Sotheby’s “Ultimate Sneaker Collection” lot for $1,287,800
Updated July 23rd, 2019:
A Canadian investor purchased all but one pair of the epic Stadium Goods x Sotheby’s “Ultimate Sneaker Collection” lot for $850,000. The one pair that eluded the buyer, an original Nike Waffle Racing Flat called the “Moon Shoe” sold separately for $437,500!
Stadium Goods: The Ultimate Sneaker Collection Online is live now through July 23rd
There are 41 lots that include a total of 99 of the world’s most sought-after sneakers. From Virgil’s “The Ten” to Eminem’s “Carhartt” collaboration, opening bids range from $1,800 – $80,000.
The entire collection is on display to the public at Sotheby’s New York gallery in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, but if you can’t make it there, we’ve made an online gallery for you to view and click through for more information or to bid now through July 23rd.
Check out the full collection inside the stack below.
Founded in 2015 with deep roots in the history of that culture, Stadium Goods is the world’s premier marketplace for coveted footwear. Unique to Stadium Goods is the “Trophy Case,” the greatest public collection of rare sneakers anywhere, a selection of items that have attained “grail” status, the rarest of the rare. From designs by leading fine artists and musicians to genre defining and genre-disrupting collaborations from the greatest athletes of all time, this is the ultimate sneaker collection, presented in the first ever auction of its kind.