Jordan Geller, the owner of the ShoeZeum, has acquired an original Nike prototype which he says is a "once-in-a-lifetime find." The shoe, owned by Jeff Wasson of Oregon and found at the home of Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, is a prototype of the Moon Shoe, the first Nike shoe made by Blue Ribbon Sports. Geller bought the shoe for $1,500, calling it the "first real prototype that [he's] ever seen come to market." Get the full story on the sale of the rare prototype at ESPN courtesy of Darren Rovell, and let us know if you'd pay $1,500 for this important piece of Swoosh history in the comments.
Jordan Geller is selling his ShoeZeum collection on eBay, and ESPN recently interviewed him about his collection. Including a look at his coveted "Eminem" Air Jordan 4s, the interview details how Geller came to own some of his pairs and the value they hold. Check out the video below for the whole scoop, and head over to Geller's eBay page to see what kicks from his collection are currently listed and to place your bid.
It looks like Jordy Geller is ready to cash out. In case you’re unfamiliar with Mr. Geller, he is the founder of the infamous ShoeZeum. The ShoeZeum is a massive establishment that possesses sneakers of old and new. From original Air Jordan’s to limited friends and family releases, you can probably find it all. As of recently, Geller has put a few of the sneakers on eBay from the ShoeZeum. What sneakers do you hope to see available from the ShoeZeum?