air jordan – Nike Epic React Flyknit http://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 06:31:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-80-150x150.jpg air jordan – Nike Epic React Flyknit http://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/ 32 32 ‘TAGGED’ takes a look at DJ Khaled’s Nike collection https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/tagged-takes-a-look-at-dj-khaleds-nike-collection/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 21:11:47 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/tagged-takes-a-look-at-dj-khaleds-nike-collection/ In its latest episode, HYPEBEAST LABELED the series focuses on Nike collection of one of the biggest sneakerheads in the world, none other than DJ Khaled. In January, Khaled posted a video to his Instagram unboxing a highly anticipated pair of Louis Vuitton Air Force 1 Lows that debuted in June 2021 during the fashion […]]]>

In its latest episode, HYPEBEAST LABELED the series focuses on Nike collection of one of the biggest sneakerheads in the world, none other than DJ Khaled.

In January, Khaled posted a video to his Instagram unboxing a highly anticipated pair of Louis Vuitton Air Force 1 Lows that debuted in June 2021 during the fashion house’s Spring/Summer 22 showcase. “It’s amazing. Look at that,” Khaled says showing off the sneaker in an exclusive red and white colourway.

He would later wear them to a Miami Heat game and keep them off the field floor by bringing his own monogrammed LV pillow.

While bottoms in this colorway are extremely rare, only available to a select few sneakerheads, the pair is just one of thousands in Khaled’s closet. In 2015, it was reported that the DJ’s sneaker collection was worth approximately US$8 million.

In addition to the LV Lows, he also owns the “Board of Governors” Air Jordan 1 Retro High, of which only 88 pairs were made. And before his appearance at Art Basel Miami in December 2021, Khaled shared that he copied the new Air Jordan II Off White collaboration. Featuring some of Off White’s signature elements, such as Helvetica text and zip ties, the shoe was one of Virgil Abloh’s last designs during his lifetime.

Watch the latest episode of LABELED here, and check out previous episodes featuring Kanye West, JAY-Z and Pharrell.

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Dak Prescott gives his Dallas Cowboys teammates the latest Nike shoes https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/dak-prescott-gives-his-dallas-cowboys-teammates-the-latest-nike-shoes/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/dak-prescott-gives-his-dallas-cowboys-teammates-the-latest-nike-shoes/ Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott presented each of his teammates with new Nike Air Jordan 11 Cool Gray shoes. Tyler Kaufman PA It’s good to be Dak Prescott. And it’s also good to be his teammate. Dallas Cowboys quarterback recently gifted each of his teammates new Air Jordan XI Retro “Cool Grey” shoes. The shoes, […]]]>


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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott presented each of his teammates with new Nike Air Jordan 11 Cool Gray shoes.

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It’s good to be Dak Prescott.

And it’s also good to be his teammate.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback recently gifted each of his teammates new Air Jordan XI Retro “Cool Grey” shoes.

The shoes, which only officially released on Saturday, will be retails for around $225according to Nike.com.

That’s over $12,000 in total for over 50 pairs of Nike.

Each pair of sneakers came with a note from Prescott, which read, “Thank you for you this holiday season.”

Prescott signed a massive endorsement deal with the sneaker giant in June.

“Yeah, guys all love Jordans,” Prescott said after practice Thursday. “Obviously you see them when we show up to games and get on the plane. [There are] a lot of sneakerheads on the team. I knew the Cool Gray 11s were something guys would want or enjoy if they got their hands on them [them]. I was lucky that Jumpman and the Jordan brand were going to let me do it. Just an early Christmas present.

The Cowboys (8-4) take on the Washington Football Team (6-6) Sunday noon at FedEx Field.

Cowboys linebacker Jabril Cox posted a video of himself opening the giveaway on social media.

“Bless you 4Dak,” Cox said in the video.

This story was originally published December 10, 2021 06:00.

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Stefan Stevenson has been covering sports for the Star-Telegram since 1997. He spent five years covering TCU athletics, which included two BCS Bowls, two trips to the College World Series, and the move to the Big 12. He covered the Texas Rangers since 2014 and began reporting on the Dallas Cowboys in 2016.

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Nike hints at Metaverse entry as it trademarks ‘virtual goods’ in products https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/nike-hints-at-metaverse-entry-as-it-trademarks-virtual-goods-in-products/ Wed, 03 Nov 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/nike-hints-at-metaverse-entry-as-it-trademarks-virtual-goods-in-products/ New Delhi: Nike is seeking to register its trademarks for various virtual goods in the United States, due to the growing popularity of digital products, Bloomberg reported on Monday. Nike has filed for “virtual goods” trademarks for a number of products, including footwear and apparel, indicating the company’s apparent plans to enter the metaverse. In […]]]>

New Delhi: Nike is seeking to register its trademarks for various virtual goods in the United States, due to the growing popularity of digital products, Bloomberg reported on Monday.

Nike has filed for “virtual goods” trademarks for a number of products, including footwear and apparel, indicating the company’s apparent plans to enter the metaverse.

In late October, the Beaverton, Oregon-based sportswear giant filed seven applications with the US Patent and Trademark Office to protect its brands in a number of categories, according to news reports.

Nike said in its applications that it intended to use the patents for “downloadable virtual goods, retail store services featuring virtual goods, and entertainment services.”

The company filed applications for several trademarks, including the words “Nike”, “Just Do It”, “Jordan” and “Air Jordan”, as well as the Nike “swoosh” logo, the Jordan silhouette logo and the stylized combinations of the company name and the swoosh.

Intent-to-use applications suggest that Nike may be considering a transition to the Metaverse.

Headgear, glasses, bags, backpacks, non-downloadable virtual shoes, and sports equipment are the various digital items listed in the requests.

Nike’s Metaverse Blueprints

In the age of digital arts, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and video game skins, which are decorations like outfits and accessories for virtual characters, virtual goods are gaining a lot of attention.

Some digital assets are sold as NFTs, which are digital goods authenticated using blockchain technology. For example, a Dolce & Gabbana NFT collection sold for around $5.7 million at an auction in October.

The metaverse is a shared virtual space where the real and virtual worlds merge into one. However, Nike’s plans for the Metaverse are not yet known.

A report from The Fashion Law indicates that Nike plans to fill many “virtual hardware designer” roles.

It comes after Nike handed former innovation engineering director Andrew Schwartz a new role. Schwartz has been Director of Metaverse Engineering at Nike since September of this year.

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Michael Jordan’s NBA rookie Nike shoes sell for auction record https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/michael-jordans-nba-rookie-nike-shoes-sell-for-auction-record/ Tue, 26 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/michael-jordans-nba-rookie-nike-shoes-sell-for-auction-record/ NBA 75: Michael Jordan or LeBron James? USA TODAY Sports’ Mark Medina weighs in SportsPulse: You can debate who is superior, but Mark Medina has made up his mind between Michael Jordan and LeBron James. SportsPulse The first known pair of regular season shoes worn by Michael Jordan auctioned on Sunday for $1.472 million, breaking […]]]>

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The first known pair of regular season shoes worn by Michael Jordan auctioned on Sunday for $1.472 million, breaking the record for the most expensive sneakers ever sold, according to Sotheby’s.

The shoes, “Nike Air Ships”, were from Jordan’s fifth game of the 1984 rookie season with the Chicago Bulls, a 129-113 loss to the Denver Nuggets. In the game, which took place on November 1 of that year, Jordan recorded 33 minutes and scored 17 points with five assists and five rebounds. Jordan gifted them to then-Nuggets ballboy TJ Lewis, who had kept them ever since. The shoes are also signed in red pen.

They were sold at Sotheby’s Icons of Excellence & Haute Luxury auction in Las Vegas, and the buyer was high-end sports card and memorabilia collector Nick Fiorella, Sotheby’s said in a statement.

“Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand helped redefine what a signature line formed around an athlete could be,” Brahm Wachter, head of Sotheby’s Streetwear and Modern Collectables, said in a statement. “This pair, from Michael’s fifth NBA game, truly touches two worlds as the Nike Air Ship holds a special place in the hearts of sneakerheads as a precursor to the Air Jordan 1, but beyond that, it’s also simply an incredible artifact that dates back to the beginning of Michael Jordan’s rookie season.”

According to Sotheby’s, this pair of shoes ranks second among the most expensive shoes ever sold, behind the Yeezy 1 prototypes that rapper Kanye West wore to the 2008 Grammy Awards which sold for $1.8 million in April in a Sotheby’s private sale.

The 1984 season was the first of Jordan’s 15-year NBA career, during which he was a 14-time All-Star, 11-time All-NBA draft pick, 10-time scoring champion, five-time NBA MVP and a six-time NBA Finals champion, among many other accolades in his career.

A member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Jordan also won the 1984-85 NBA Rookie of the Year award, the same season he wore the shoes auctioned off Sunday. Jordan averaged 28.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists in 82 games that season.

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Nike shoes sell out in China despite calls for Xinjiang cotton boycott | Taiwan News https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/nike-shoes-sell-out-in-china-despite-calls-for-xinjiang-cotton-boycott-taiwan-news/ Mon, 29 Mar 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/nike-shoes-sell-out-in-china-despite-calls-for-xinjiang-cotton-boycott-taiwan-news/ TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A range of Nike products subject to special offers flew off the shelves on Chinese e-commerce platforms last week despite a boycott campaign in that country against the Xinjiang cotton brand. . A limited number of Air Jordan 4 sneakers immediately went out of stock on Tmall.com on Thursday March 25, […]]]>

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A range of Nike products subject to special offers flew off the shelves on Chinese e-commerce platforms last week despite a boycott campaign in that country against the Xinjiang cotton brand. .

A limited number of Air Jordan 4 sneakers immediately went out of stock on Tmall.com on Thursday March 25, and the Nike Dunk Low shoes sold out on Jingdong (JD.com) as soon as they became available as part of an exceptional offer on Friday. (March 26), reported HK01.

The phenomenon has drawn derision on the internet towards Chinese netizens, many of whom have called for a boycott of brands rejecting Xinjiang cotton due to claims of forced labor involving Uyghur workers. Some people criticized the purchases as hypocritical, while others called them a tactic to ward off competitors interested in grabbing limited-edition items.

H&M, Nike, Adidas and Burberry are among the companies affected by the nationalist movement. While H&M took a hit, especially seeing its stores eliminated According to Didi Chuxing, China’s top carpooling app, Nike’s losses seem limited.

Celebrities have been reluctant to cut ties with the US sportswear giant, and the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) and Chinese Football Association (CFA) remain silent on the matter. Nike has been the CFA’s biggest backer, securing a 10-year contract with the CFA Super League worth 3 billion renminbi ($458 million) in subsidized merchandise in 2018. Nike’s considerable influence in China would have protected her from the backlash, wrote CNA.

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A pair of iconic Nike shoes could fetch $150,000 at auction https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/a-pair-of-iconic-nike-shoes-could-fetch-150000-at-auction/ Wed, 17 Jun 2020 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/a-pair-of-iconic-nike-shoes-could-fetch-150000-at-auction/ Bill Bowerman Handmade Waffle Spike Shoes Source: Sotheby’s A pair of white waffle spike shoes handmade in the early 1970s is expected to fetch up to $150,000 at auction. If that price seems high, that’s because these are no ordinary running sneakers. The sneakers are the very first shoes created by Bill Bowerman, co-founder of […]]]>

Bill Bowerman Handmade Waffle Spike Shoes

Source: Sotheby’s

A pair of white waffle spike shoes handmade in the early 1970s is expected to fetch up to $150,000 at auction.

If that price seems high, that’s because these are no ordinary running sneakers. The sneakers are the very first shoes created by Bill Bowerman, co-founder of Nike and legendary track coach at the University of Oregon.

Sotheby’s said the shoes were the first and only handcrafted pair by Bill Bowerman ever to be auctioned. The shoes were made for John Mays, a runner on Bowerman’s track team, and have remained in his possession ever since. A second pair of Bowerman shoes lives in the academic archives of the Knight Library at the University of Oregon.

“Often Bill would tell me about a new company he was working with. I didn’t pay much attention to it at the time. One day he asked me to help him test out a new spiked shoe. course he was designing, I accepted and was thrilled to be chosen,” Mays tells Sotheby’s.

University of Oregon track coach Bill Bowerman and runner John Mays.

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Bowerman partnered with Phil Knight in 1964 to start Blue Ribbon Sports. They renamed the company Nike in 1971. The reason these shoes are so valuable is that they serve as an original model and the first major innovation for the company. Today, the multi-billion dollar brand still uses this embossed design.

Bidding for the special online auction of a unique lot begins on Wednesday and continues until June 26. Sotheby’s said the shoes are among the most valuable pairs ever offered at auction.

Last month, the auction house sold an autographed pair of Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan 1s from his rookie season for a record $560,000.

“We felt that the only appropriate way to follow a sale of this magnitude was to offer something special that spoke to Nike’s history and heritage,” said Brahm Wachter, director of e-commerce development. at Sotheby’s.

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Sotheby’s Auctions Iconic Nike Shoes Worn by Michael Jordan – ARTnews.com https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/sothebys-auctions-iconic-nike-shoes-worn-by-michael-jordan-artnews-com/ Fri, 08 May 2020 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/sothebys-auctions-iconic-nike-shoes-worn-by-michael-jordan-artnews-com/ With the sneaker market on the rise, Sotheby’s has revealed plans to sell a signed pair of 1985 Nike Air Jordans created for basketball legend Michael Jordan early in his tenure with the Chicago Bulls. The single-lot sale will take place on the house’s website, and the piece of sports history comes with an estimate […]]]>

With the sneaker market on the rise, Sotheby’s has revealed plans to sell a signed pair of 1985 Nike Air Jordans created for basketball legend Michael Jordan early in his tenure with the Chicago Bulls. The single-lot sale will take place on the house’s website, and the piece of sports history comes with an estimate of $100,000 to $150,000, with bidding open to potential buyers from 8 may. Bidding will continue until May 15, to coincide with the airing of the final episode of ESPN’s documentary the last dancefocused on the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls season.

The iconic sneakers were designed and produced by Nike in 1985, and were made exclusively for Jordan before being released to the public in unprecedented endorsement early in Jordan’s career, paving the way for future shoe campaigns by brands. basketball stars. In 1984, the year Jordan entered the NBA, the scale of the Nike deal was unprecedented, and the young athlete was reportedly torn between Nike and competitor Adidas for a major brand partnership. In its first year, the edition brought in $126 million and has earned Jordan $1.3 billion to date since the deal was launched.

The first edition of the sneaker was banned by the NBA commissioner in 1984 for a violation of the league’s uniform standard. In response, Nike produced a second version, later labeled as the Chicago Jordan 1, launching what would become one of the most popular items to come to market in streetwear history.

“Air Jordan has an illustrious history within the Nike portfolio, and we are pleased to honor Jordan’s significant contribution to Nike,” said Brahm Wachter, Director of E-Commerce Development at Sotheby’s.

The pair comes from the extensive collection of sneaker connoisseur, Jordan Geller, who founded the Las Vegas Shoezeum, an institution dedicated solely to historic shoes from his private collection. Claiming the pair as “the most iconic and coveted sneakers of all time,” Geller said in a statement that the sneakers were “the crown jewel of the museum.” He attributed his decision to sell the jewel of his collection to the success of last year’s sale of the 1972 Nike Waffle “Moon Shoe”, which sold for $437,500 at Sotheby’s.

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Opening of a Nike store in Glendale with a “swoosh” https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/opening-of-a-nike-store-in-glendale-with-a-swoosh/ Fri, 21 Feb 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/opening-of-a-nike-store-in-glendale-with-a-swoosh/ Pulling out a pair of Nike shoes with red toes and blue heels at the Glendale Nike store grand opening on Thursday morning, Kenneth Aram exclaimed, “It’s cool they have this!” “I wanted to see what was going to drop,” Aram said, explaining why he left Pacoima to be one of the first to explore […]]]>

Pulling out a pair of Nike shoes with red toes and blue heels at the Glendale Nike store grand opening on Thursday morning, Kenneth Aram exclaimed, “It’s cool they have this!”

“I wanted to see what was going to drop,” Aram said, explaining why he left Pacoima to be one of the first to explore the 5,470-square-foot store in Americana at Brand.

According to Aram, the shoes he was holding, the ‘UNC to Chicago’ Air Jordan 1s, were released in Chicago during All-Star week but were made available at the new store ‘as a treat’ for enthusiasts. sneakers like him. .

Nike by Glendale is the world’s fourth “live” store, or small-format store offering rotating experiences and services tailored to the local community, according to Nike spokesperson Angineh Storino.

This is the third “living” Nike store in the Los Angeles area. The first opened on Melrose Avenue in 2018.

Interior of the Nike by Glendale store

(Lila Seidman)

Some attendees, like Bobby Starks-Gera, heard the commotion from the balcony of his apartment across the street and decided to take the opportunity to replace his old shoes.

“[It’s about the] ease of shopping,” Starks-Gera said, putting on a pair of neutral-colored walking shoes. “I’m a single mother, so I needed shoes. They are here. I bought them.”

Convenience is key to the sprawl of the city and surrounding areas, according to Storino.

Kenneth Aram of Pacoima holds up a pair of trainers he is considering buying.

Kenneth Aram of Pacoima holds up a pair of trainers he is considering buying.

(Lila Seidman)

“We know that 5 miles can sometimes take an hour to travel, and I think opening these community stores with these live concepts can really help the consumer who lives in the area,” said Storino, who is from Glendale.

A rotating selection of athletic footwear and equipment is “really informed by what’s relevant, popular, most sought after or most purchased items in the area, for consumers who live here,” Storino said.

This means that, on the whole, the articles will be influenced by the tastes of Glendalians.

Upon opening, a line formed in front of what the brand calls an unlock box – a sort of vending machine that allows Nike members to scan a barcode once a month for loot. This month the offer is socks.

The company’s “swoosh” insignia popped out from every corner – on shoes, running shorts, the exterior of the store, and even donuts and lattes handed out as part of the grand opening celebration.

Nike latte art featured at the Glendale store grand opening.

Nike latte art featured at the Glendale store grand opening.

(Lila Seidman)

As part of the “live” concept, the store will host one-time and recurring events and services, including shoe cleaning, a nail bar, yoga classes and group runs. A community board at the store lists dates and times.

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Rare Nike shoes sold for ₹3 crore at auction https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/rare-nike-shoes-sold-for-%e2%82%b93-crore-at-auction/ Thu, 25 Jul 2019 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/rare-nike-shoes-sold-for-%e2%82%b93-crore-at-auction/ A pair of running shoes from 1972, one of the first pairs made by Nike, sold for $437,500 on Tuesday, breaking the record for a pair of sneakers at public auction. The so-called Nike “Moon Shoe”, designed by Nike co-founder and track coach Bill Bowerman for runners at the 1972 Olympic trials, was the top […]]]>

A pair of running shoes from 1972, one of the first pairs made by Nike, sold for $437,500 on Tuesday, breaking the record for a pair of sneakers at public auction.

The so-called Nike “Moon Shoe”, designed by Nike co-founder and track coach Bill Bowerman for runners at the 1972 Olympic trials, was the top lot at the first-ever sneaker auction in Sotheby’s auction house in New York.

Sotheby’s said the price was a world auction record for a pair of sneakers. The buyer for the online auction was not immediately known.

The previous highest price fetched at public auction for sneakers was reportedly $190,373 in California in 2017 for a pair of signed Converse shoes said to have been worn by Michael Jordan in the 1984 Olympic basketball finals.

Sotheby’s, best known for selling works of art worth tens of millions of dollars, has teamed up with streetwear marketplace Stadium Goods to auction off 100 pairs of the rarest sneakers ever produced in a venture that reflects their status in growing as collectibles.

The other 99 pairs of sneakers originally auctioned were bought in a single lot last week for $850,000, Sotheby’s said.

They were acquired by Canadian collector and investor Miles Nadal, who plans to display them in his private automobile museum in Toronto, Sotheby’s said.

Nadal’s haul included 2011 and 2016 versions of Nike’s limited-edition “Back to the Future Part II” shoes inspired by the 1989 film starring Michael J. Fox, and limited-edition sneakers produced by Adidas, Air Jordan and rapper Kanye West’s Yeezy collection.

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Nike Shoes Hit World Record Sneaker Auction Price of $437,500 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/nike-shoes-hit-world-record-sneaker-auction-price-of-437500/ Tue, 23 Jul 2019 07:00:00 +0000 https://nikeepicreact-flyknit.com/nike-shoes-hit-world-record-sneaker-auction-price-of-437500/ (Reuters) – A pair of 1972 running shoes, one of the first pairs made by Nike Inc, sold for $437,500 on Tuesday, breaking the record for a pair of sneakers at public auction. The so-called Nike ‘Moon Shoe’, designed by Nike co-founder and track coach Bill Bowerman for runners at the 1972 Olympic trials, was […]]]>

(Reuters) – A pair of 1972 running shoes, one of the first pairs made by Nike Inc, sold for $437,500 on Tuesday, breaking the record for a pair of sneakers at public auction.

The so-called Nike ‘Moon Shoe’, designed by Nike co-founder and track coach Bill Bowerman for runners at the 1972 Olympic trials, was the top lot in the first ever sneaker auction at home. at Sotheby’s auction in New York.

Sotheby’s said the price was a world auction record for a pair of sneakers. The buyer was Canadian investor and car collector Miles Nadal, who previously paid $850,000 for another 99 pairs of rare or limited-collectible sneakers offered by Sotheby’s.

The previous highest price fetched at public auction for sneakers was $190,373 in California in 2017 for a pair of signed Converse shoes said to have been worn by Michael Jordan in the 1984 Olympic basketball finals. said Sotheby’s.

Sotheby’s, best known for selling works of art worth tens of millions of dollars, has teamed up with streetwear marketplace Stadium Goods to auction off 100 pairs of the rarest sneakers ever produced in a venture that reflects their status in growing as collectibles.

The handmade ‘Moon Shoe’ with a waffle sole pattern was one of 12 pairs ever made and the pair that went up for auction on Tuesday is the only known to exist in unworn condition, a said Sotheby’s.

Nadal, the founder of investment firm Peerage Capital, said in a statement that he was delighted with his purchase, calling the “Moon Shoe” a “true historical artifact of sports history and pop culture.” .

“I think sneaker culture and collecting is about to have a breakout moment,” he added, saying he planned to display them, along with the other 99 pairs he has. acquired at a private sale last week at his private car museum in Toronto.

Nadal’s haul included 2011 and 2016 versions of Nike’s limited-edition “Back to the Future Part II” shoes, inspired by the 1989 film starring Michael J. Fox, and limited-edition sneakers produced by Adidas, Air Jordan and rapper Kanye. West’s Yeezy collection.

Noah Wunsch, global head of e-commerce at Sotheby’s, said the sneaker auction brings together art, culture and fashion.

“We can’t wait to see where this sale takes us, not only in future sneaker offerings, but also in other new luxury lifestyle areas,” Wunsch said.

Reporting by Jill Serjeant; Editing by David Gregorio and Lisa Shumaker

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