Six pairs of extremely rare Michael Jordan Championships-worn shoes, which are collectively known as the “Dynasty Collection” are hitting the market, and they could, reportedly, fetch $100 million. The shoes go on display in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from Friday, March 3rd.
“The Dynasty Collection is the sole-defining ‘holy grail’ of sneaker collecting.”
-Brahm Wachter, Sotheby’s head of Streetwear and Modern Collectibles
The Dynasty Collection comprises of 6 pairs of shoes, including the 1993 pair signed by Jordan carrying the words, “OUT LAST F— -ing GAME.” Renowned auctioneerSotheby will auction off the priceless collection, CBS News has reported. The collection includes Air Jordan VI (1991), Air Jordan VII (1992), Air Jordan VIII (1993), Air Jordan XI (1996), Air Jordan XII (1997), and Air Jordan XIV (1998).
Brahm Wachter, head of streetwear and modern collectibles at Sotheby’s, has called the collection “the Mona Lisa” of sneakers and sports memorabilia.
“While they are two distinct communities, they converge here with The Dynasty Collection,” Wachter says. “They also represent the intersection of Jordan’s championship legacy and his style legacy, both of which have combined to make him a global icon. Because of the historical and cultural impact that they represent, as a group, they are among the most important basketball shoes a collector could own.”
“The Dynasty Collection is the sole-defining ‘holy grail’ of sneaker collecting,” Wachteradds. “They check all of the boxes that a collector wants: championship history, Hall of Fame association, and style.”