What Are The Rarest Sneakers?
You are not likely to see these sneakers with teenagers on high school colliders, on a jogger on the road or with fitness fanatics. They are way too expensive, and even most stores cannot afford to stock them. They are unique, and only a few people can own them in our lifetime.
Here is a list of the rarest sneakers in the world
Nike Air Jordan 4 Eminem X Carhartt
This exceptional sneaker was made in 2015 through collaboration with Eminem as an evocative edition of the Nike Air Jordon 4, naming it the Air Jordan 4 Eminem x Carhartt “Family and Friends.” This sneaker was to mark Eminem’s Shady Records label 15th anniversary. It was made out of high-quality Carhartt canvas, and it was released exclusively via an online auction.
The Nike Mag is considered one of the most desirable and rarest sneakers ever made because of its wide-spread appeal to film and pop-culture fans around the globe. Marty McFly wore these sneakers while he time traveled to 2015 in the Back to the Future Movie a 1989 film.
Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October”
From the Nike Air Yeezy 2s collection the “Red October” is possibly one of the most coveted and rarest of the Yeezys. The Yeezy’s value is associated with the contract between Nike and Kenya West, but the “Red October” is rarer as their release is purely online.
They are purchased within seconds without the possibility of a rerelease.
Nike Air Dunks
These rare sneakers were a creation of Nike in collaboration with Kenneth Courtney in 2012. They are dipped in 24-karat of gold, and only five pairs were made, very rare to find. Overtime shoes have evolved from just offering protection to our feet.
Humans have transformed footwear into a product to celebrate great athletes and artists of our time. This is why the most expensive and rarest sneakers are reserved for famous athletes and artists.