This collaboration between Adidas, Chanel, and Pharrell Williams hit the market in 2017. They were sold via raffle exclusively through a Chanel pop-up shop in the trendy Colette boutique in Paris.
Jordan 5 Retro Transformers
Lowest ask: $6,500
Average sale: $7,600
Release date: June 29, 2017
Originally created in 2017 for Mark Wahlberg to celebrate the release of "Transformers: The Last Knight," sample versions command high prices on reselling websites.
Nike MAG Back to the Future (2011)
Lowest ask: $8,200
Average sale: $8,163
Release date: September 8, 2011
Designed to be a near-exact replica of the shoe developed by Nike to feature in "Back to the Future Part II" in 1989, Nike made and auctioned 1,500 pairs of the shoes on Ebay to fund Parkinson's disease research. Now, they sell for even more.
Jordan 3 Retro Legends of Summer
Lowest ask: N/A
Average sale: $8,500
Release date: September 1, 2013
An extremely limited release, this sneaker was worn by Justin Timberlake and Jay Z during the 2013 Legends of Summer tour. They were only given to friends and family, and very few fans got a pair.
Created by Jeff Staple, this shoe may have singlehandedly made sneaker culture what it is today by creating a mania that was heretofore unseen. Only 202 were released, each with the bird on the rear quarter meant to symbolize New York City.
Designed to be a tribute to Kobe Bryant's two decades in the NBA, the shoes used Los Angeles Lakers colors. They were never released to the public, but some friends and family got their hands on a pair, and there was a charity auction on Ebay.
Another release of the Nike MAG, this version commands a higher price due to one simple fact: it has automatic lacing, just like the shoe did in the "Back to the Future" movie. The shoe came with Nike's Adaptive Fit.