A Game-Worn Air Jordan 1 PE Is Up For Auction

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Missed out on the Air Jordan 1 “Lost and Found”? Got an extra $300K laying around? Why not go for the OG as a game-worn pair by Michael Jordan himself is currently up for auction at Christie’s.

In the Chicago colorway, the sneaker features a lower collar compared to the retail pairs and mismatched sizing as the right foot is a 13.5 and the left is 13, as Mike’s right foot is bigger than his left. The tag states “850102 TYPS” with the numbers referencing its manufacturing date between January and February 1985 with TYPS standing for “Tong Yang Player Sample” as Tong Yang was known to be the factory Player Samples/Player Exclusives were manufactured.

If you got an extra $150K-$300K laying around, the sneaker is currently up for auction at Christie’s until December 8th starting at $150K with it estimated to sell for $200K-$300K. Check out the auction here and the photos below and for all things Jordan Brand, head over to our Air Jordan Release Dates page.

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