Someone Is Selling Rare $22,000 Pair Of Jordan’s — WTF Does That Even Look Like?
EBAY — For reals, who would charge this for some J’s? And a better question, who would be crazy enough to buy them?? Just don’t let Michael find out! #Lawsuit.
I hate when hoes say shit like "how u got the new Js but no car" BITCH JORDANS DONT COST $23,000 WIT YA STRUGGLIN ASS HAIR FOLLICLES FOH
— Truth Watson (@DopestMindTruth) January 2, 2014
Apparently, this person hasn’t seen these.
These shoes better play “I Believe I Can Fly” and take the buyer any and everywhere he/she needs to go…EVER!
HERE ARE THE DETAILS
According to Bucks Vintage Store, the shoes are brand new and “100% authentic ‘GAURANTEED’.”
— NBA babe (@NBA_babe) November 1, 2017
The seller says they’re “extremely rare” and only in a size 9.
“Notice the tongue… ‘Jordan Jam’,” the seller notes.
These $22,000 J’s are the 2000 Nike Air Jordan XI Retro in “Twilight Blue” color, the Space Jam Dead Stock edition.
Highsnobiety reports that the bid started at $23,000, and it was possible the owner didn’t actually expect to sell the shoes for that price. Rather, the page was only cleverly using Michael Jordan‘s No.23 as a selling point.
Well, the actual list price is currently 22,070.70.
And while these may make a Jordan enthusiast bust a drool — totally ready to risk it all — the owner wants to make one thing clear. Bucks Vintage notes as follows.
“Returns of ANY KIND that are not related to an error made on my part WILL BE CHARGED A 20% RESTOCKING FEE AND YOU WILL PAY FOR RETURN SHIPPING!! … Please do not buy my item if you do not know your size or have a history of returning items.”
Likewise, the seller mentions that the shoes don’t come in the original box either. Rather, it will be one of Bucks Vintage’s boxes.
Honestly, if anyone buys these J’s, you have to wonder what’s really going on with their lives. This screams “validation.”
And surprisingly, this actually isn’t the first time such a purchase has happened.
— CBSN (@CBSNLive) April 29, 2016
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