Sotheby’s & Stadium Goods are releasing 100 of the Rarest Sneakers Ever Produced

by Cayla Rubin

Essential to the modern world, the perfect pair of sneakers are the staple wardrobe piece that can take any and every outfit from drab to fab…or vice versa. They take patience, lots of browsing and a little bit out soul searching to find, but once you’ve found the perfect pair of sneakers, and you’ll know when you do, life will feel blissfully complete. Lucky for you, Sotheby’s & Stadium Goods has built an empire around being your personal sneaker connoisseur. Being the world's premiere sneaker and streetwear marketplace, they are realising one hundred, yes you heard me right, one hundred of the rarest, most meticulously curated sneakers ever produced for you to bid on starting tomorrow on their website for their Stadium Goods: The Ultimate Sneaker Collection auction. More likely to be on display than on your feet, these sneakers are ones you’ll want to purchase and then precede to marvel at for the rest of your life. 

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Nike, Air Jordan, Adidas and Yeezy are just a few of the brands that Sotheby’s & Stadium Goods is set to feature. The 1972 Nike Waffle Trainer “Moon Shoe”, an original, one of a dozen handmade running shoes and a pair of unrealised “Cactus Jack” Travis Scott X Air Jordan 4 “Friends & Family’ Collection sneakers are just two examples of the sought after, unique shoes that will be up for grabs. Be sure to check your wifi connections because this sale is online only and will run from July 11th and run until July 23. There will however be a free exhibition of the rare sneakers at Sotheby’s & Stadium Goods New York galleries over the same dates. Be careful if you go, you may end up wanting to buy one hundred new pairs of shoes.