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It's time to take a look at what's available on the sneaker market inside the bidding floor of eBay this week. There's lots to drool over this week including a pair of OG Air Jordan III's signed by the man himself, game worn BRAD MILLER shoes, and of course, the fakes of the week. Happy bidding!
OG Air Jordan III's Signed by Michael Jordan
Like the seller says, you may never see these again. One of the greatest shoes of all time signed by the greatest player of all time. The price is high at $1,799 but the seller (who has some other heat up for sale, also) does accept offers. Either way, you can yearn for them HERE.
Obscure Game Worn Shoes of the Week
Brad Miller NIke Shox
The seller doesn't seem to quite know what they have here since they are listed as Reeboks...and who would ever part with game worn and autographed Brad Miller shoes??! Complete with #52 wristband!
OG Deadstock of the Week
Converse Larry Johnson Back Jam
Straight outta 1994 are these crispy Converse Back Jams worn, of course, by Larry Johnson. Believe it or not, young readers, there was a time when Air Jordans weren't the most coveted shoe on the playground. When I was in 4th grade, everybody wanted LJ's. If you're a size 7.5 and have 300 extra dollars laying around you're in luck. Pick them up HERE.
T-Shirt of the Week
Vintage Harold Miner Nike T
Wow, this is just awesome. An obscure t-shirt from Nike for Harold Miner, who didn't make it very far in the NBA, or very long as a Nike sponsored athlete. $50 isnt bad for this little piece of history. Buy it instead of some Supreme shirt HERE.
Kids Shoe of the Week
OG Nike Baby Diamond Fury "Griffey"
These are cool enough to be the "OG Deadstock of the Week" but since they are kids size they get their own category. For $104.99 you can outfit your toddler in some shoes that were definitely cooler than anything you had at that age. They even come with the cool old Nike baby box. Check them out HERE.
Fakes of the Week
Black and Orange Air Jordan IV
These aren't even close to believable as legit J's. But then again, with the quality of recent Air Jordan IV retros...
Disclaimer: Sole Collector does not vouch for the authenticity of any shoe or its seller. If you choose to bid, bid at your own risk.