words // Zack Schlemmer
It's time for another round of sneaker finds from eBay. This week we have some great stuff like a pair of Mitch Richmond's game worn Nike Air Maestro '96, a rare Michael Jordan Nike t-shirt from his baseball days, and this week's (and one of this year's) biggest sneaker re-releases in its original form with the OG Air Jordan XI Black/True Red. Don't worry, we of course also have the Fakes of the Week at the end, as usual.
As you probably know, the Air Jordan XI "Bred" will be releasing again this Friday, December 21st. If you want to one-up the countless hordes purchasing the retros and acquire one of the holy grails of shoes, a deadstock original pair, here i your chance. But it comes at a price...a very high price of $799.99. Hey, at least shipping is free.
Christmas Kicks of the Week
The LeBron VII Christmas edition shoes are a few years old now, and will only get more scarce with each passing holiday season. The Christmas LeBrons seem to be stuck on the same color scheme for the past three years now, so here's your chance to grab something a little more unique at a decent price of $250.
Game Worn Shoes of the Week
Here's an awesome pair of game worn and signed Mitch Richmond Nike Air Maestro 96's. This PE edition of this underrated shoe from one of the 90's most underrated players features a Sacramento Kings colorway and Mitch's #2 embroidered on each shoe. Grab these before our own Kings super fan Nick DePaula does!
T-Shirt of the Week
Wow! Is this cool or what? We have here a vintage Michael Jordan Nike shirt from his baseball stint during his first retirement. It's even brand new with the tags. A rarity like this doesn't come along very often, and unfortunately the $100 price tag reflects that.
Fakes of the Week
At this point while searching for fakes, I've seen about a hundred different questionable Air Jordan 7's, but there are still new ones popping up all the time. These "Tin Man" editions were new to me.
Disclaimer: Sole Collector does not vouch for the authenticity of any shoe or its seller. If you choose to bid, bid at your own