November 6th, 2014 by John Kim
Sneaker prices have been steadily rising along with demand with cost of manufacturing, but things will get interesting when the Remastered Jordans come to play in 2015. We recently learned of a retail price for these higher-grade Jays ($190 for those of you still in the dark), so we were inspired to look back at some of the most expensively priced Air Jordan Retros in history. This immediately excludes original Air Jordans and any sneaker that was included in a two-pair Pack, so don’t expect to see any Defining Moments Package releases or the Air Jordan XVII/XX9 here.
Instead, you’ll see a plethora of Jordan releases that were dropped in recent years, but there are several in here that may surprise you when considering the era during which the particular selection released. A lot of the lower-priced shoes on this list were rather high during the times, while others have the opposite effect and appear to be too expensive. In any case, continue on below to get a recap of some of the most expensive Jordan Retro releases in history and let us know which of these surprise you the most.