A super-rare pair of the original Air Jordan 1 High has hit the auction block today and is already garnering a lot of interest from both sports and sneaker fans alike.
The auction, held by Sotheby's, is for a signed pair of the classic "Chicago" Air Jordan 1 High that was also worn by Michael Jordan in 1985. The shoes come in Jordan's infamous mismatched 13/13.5 size combination as well. The pairs also come with "TYPS" tagging stamped on the inside of the ankle collar signifying that the shoes are player samples made for Jordan.
The auction for this one-of-a-kind Air Jordan 1 "Chicago" will be live until May 17 with bids starting at a whopping $100,000 and is projected to fetch upwards of $150,000.