A super rare pair of Air Jordan 1s just went up for auction and this may be the only chance that sneakers fans will have to acquire it.

Shown here is the “Women In Flight Title IX” Air Jordan 1 Mid that’s created by Elizabeth Brock-Jones, a senior innovator at Nike, Kendal Bagby, senior executive assistant at Nike, and legendary designer Tinker Hatfield. There are only two pairs of this shoe in existence and the colorway represents the University of Oregon Athletics Women In Flight community’s “Go Do Anything” campaign and the 50th anniversary of Title IX. The sneakers also come in a special wooden box that’s engraved with the Women In Flight’s “Go Do Anything” mantra.

The auction for this “Women In Flight Title IX” Air Jordan 1 Mid will end on Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. ET and at the time of writing, the shoe has a top bid of $2,000. Proceeds from the shoe will support women’s athletics programs via the Women In Flight’s Title IX campaign.

Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Women In Flight Title IX'
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Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Women In Flight Title IX'
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Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Women In Flight Title IX'
Image via Women In Flight
Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Women In Flight Title IX'
Image via Women In Flight
Air Jordan 1 Mid 'Women In Flight Title IX'
Image via Women In Flight