The most helpful customer review on Amazon says “there fresh 2 def.” We’re thinking that translates to “worth $1,000,” which is pretty impressive for a pair of sneakers. If you’re a size 8 or 8.5, they’ll only set you back $600. If you’re a 10 they’ll cost you a grand.
If you’ve been looking for a shoe so bright and crazy it gives people headaches than this is the one for you. Get it for between $900 and $1,000, depending on the size.
The reason this shoe is so expensive is because it’s only one of 500. Or maybe it’s the tiny obsolete computer in the tongue. Regardless, this 2003 Adidas sneaker is going for $1,072.
Louis Vuitton calls this an “on-trend sneaker boot,” we call it an inflated Converse lookalike. Whatever you call it, it runs for $1,130.
The wedge sneaker trend might be even worse than the snake skin style that Jimmy Choo is also running. Either way, these particular heel/sneaker disasters will cost you $1,425. But the mini studs will give you a “tough edge,” says Jimmy Choo.
Doesn’t this style look familiar? At least there’s a bit of embellishment on these leather and brass sneakers. That extra material, black jewels and multi-tonal spikes included, brings their retail value up to $2,013. But don’t worry—tax is included.
These sneakers look really good when you consider that they’re older than your dad. According to the seller, they’re from the 1940s or 1950s, so they’re vintage. We think they probably belong in a museum, but you can own them for $2,080.
These highly anticipated shoes sold for $220 in 2012. Since then they have been resold at an astronomical upcharge. In one case (which is now in court) there was an EBay user that bid $96,750. It is unclear whether that user would have paid, because EBay shut down the auction and is now in a legal battle. What we do know is that these shoes are now going for $2,500 on EBay.
Duck, duck, goose. The quack owner of these sneakers is selling for $3,324.
These “military” shoes look more like torture devices. The price tag would be a pain for your wallet as well at $4,000.
The price tag on these sneakers might be lofty but it’s not all that absurd. Made in 1956, these shoes with the box are a treasured collector’s item valued at $4,300. Asking price is $4,500 on EBay.
If you’re a fan of freaky sneakers, meet your perfect match. These Nikes are selling for $5,000—as if we didn’t already know the seller was crazy for owning these in the first place.