Iconic Nike sneakers

When it comes to collector’s Nike shoes, there are several iconic and highly sought-after models that stand out in the sneaker community. Here are some of the most revered and valuable collector’s Nike shoes of all time:

  1. Nike Air Mag (Back to the Future): Famously featured in the movie “Back to the Future Part II,” the Nike Air Mag is a highly coveted collector’s item. The self-lacing sneakers were released in very limited quantities, making them extremely rare.
  2. Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October”: Designed in collaboration with Kanye West, the Red October colorway of the Air Yeezy 2 is one of the most sought-after sneakers. Its surprise release and distinctive design make it a prized possession for many collectors.
  3. Nike Dunk SB “Pigeon”: Part of the Nike Dunk SB series, the “Pigeon” design, featuring a simple gray and white colorway with a pigeon logo, became famous after causing near-riots upon release due to its limited availability.
  4. Air Jordan 1 (Original Colorways): The original Air Jordan 1s, especially in the “Banned” (black and red) and other early colorways, are extremely popular among collectors. They represent the start of the Jordan brand’s impact on sneaker culture.
  5. Nike Air Foamposite One “Galaxy”: Released in 2012, the “Galaxy” Foamposites are known for their unique space-themed design and limited release. They became an instant hit among sneaker enthusiasts.
  6. Nike SB Dunk Low “Paris”: Part of the Nike SB City Series, the “Paris” edition is extremely rare, with a unique design featuring artwork by Bernard Buffet. Only around 200 pairs were made, adding to their exclusivity.
  7. Travis Scott x Nike Sneakers: Collaborations between Travis Scott and Nike, like the Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 with a reverse Swoosh, have become highly coveted in the sneaker community.
  8. Off-White™ x Nike “The Ten”: This collaboration between Nike and Virgil Abloh’s Off-White brand reimagined ten classic Nike silhouettes, creating instant classics that are highly prized by collectors.
  9. Nike Air Force 1 “Playstation”: A rare sneaker produced in collaboration with Sony’s PlayStation, these were never officially sold to the public, adding to their mystique and value.
  10. Air Jordan 11 “Concord”: Known for its elegant design with patent leather, the “Concord” colorway of the Jordan 11 has been re-released several times, each creating a frenzy among sneaker enthusiasts.

These sneakers have become more than just footwear; they are cultural symbols and often considered pieces of art. Their value to collectors comes not just from their price tags, but also from their stories, cultural significance, and the innovation they represent in sneaker design.