For this year's Sole DXB, the Dubai-based festival will be selling some of the most historic and rare sneakers of all time for its Archive DNA collection taking place this weekend.
Presented by Archive DNA's founder Magdi Fernandes, over 70 pairs of sneakers will be up for grabs including a player exclusive version of the Air Jordan 1 from 1985 that features modifications due to foot and achilles injuries from Michael Jordan's rookie season, a game-worn Nike Air Zoom Generation from Lebron James, ‘Air Max 90 SL Laser’ from late Alexander McQueen's own private sneaker collection, and many more models with a rich history within sneaker culture.
“Archive DNA is about the people," says Fernandes. "Building global networks of friends, meeting like-minded individuals, turning your passion into a business, or even just learning something new.”
2019's Sole DXB Archive DNA exhibit will take place between Dec. 5 to Dec. 7. Click here to purchase your tickets right now. Check out some of the highlights from the exhibit below.