A grail of all sneaker grails has surfaced yet again at high-end auction house Sotheby’s, which just procured a brand new pair of the insanely rare and mythical Apple Computers sneaker.
Given away to employees during a national sales conference in the 1990s, these custom-made shoes — manufactured by Omega Sports — never released to the public, rendering them a highly collectible odd-ball item for sneakerheads. Although it last sold as recently in 2020 for under $10,000, Sotheby’s is commanding a whopping $50,000 for this unique sneaker.
Given how the sneaker market has considerably grown over the last few years, we wouldn’t be surprised to see these be purchased by a wealthy collector or an Apple brand enthusiast. The shoes are listed as brand new with its original box and extra red laces, further making them even more attractive.
Head to Sotheby’s to acquire these size 10.5s before they’re gone.