What To Wear Now: The most expensive trainers in the world ranked by StockX (2020)

StockX just put together a list of this years’ most expensive trainers in the world (2020). StockX is a live bid/ask marketplace for trainers, streetwear, collectibles, handbags and watches. For those who like to have a goal in mind to save for; here are the top 10 most expensive trainers with StockX.

1. Nike Air Mag Back To The Future – 2016 

£24,831

Still taking the crown as the most expensive trainer at resale is the Nike air mag back to the future BTTF 2016. Could this be due to it’s fast approaching 35th anniversary date in Juli 2020?

2. Adidas Human Race NMD Pharrell x Chanel

£19,234

Minimalist vibes with a monochrome colourway, this release celebrates Chanel’s pop-up at concept store colette in Paris before its closure in December 2017.

3. Nike Dunk SB Low Paris

£19,234

Released for the ‘White Dunk: Evolution of an Icon’ art event in Paris, this release is a rare gem to come across with only around 200 pairs ever released.

4. Air Jordan 4 Retro Eminem Encore 2017

£16,157

The newest addition to this years’ list, this release is one of the rarest Air Jordan 4s to-date, with only 23 pairs made available to the public.

5. Nike Air Mag Back To The Future BTTF

£13,079

Sure the 2016 Air Mags are a rare find, but the 2011s aren’t far behind with both pairs being more sought-after than ever before ahead of the film’s 35th anniversary in July 2020.

6. Air Jordan 4 Retro Eminem Carhartt

£12,694

Jordan Brand teams up with Eminem and Carhartt for an exclusive collab. made to celebrate the 15th anniversary of “The Marshall Mathers LP”.

7. Air Jordan 4 Retro Undefeated 2018 Sample

£12,310

With a deep green taking over the upper, and hits of black and orange covering the sole, heel, tongue, and laces, this top 10 newcomer was a surprise to the sneaker world as the first collab between the Jordan Brand and an outside party.

8. Nike Dunk SB Low Staple NYC Pigeon

£11,790

With only 150 pairs produced, the Pigeon SB Dunk is one of the most popular Nike SB releases of all time and even without the exclusivity, the colourway is one that every sneaker enthusiast would like to get their hands on.

9. Air Jordan 3 Retro Dj Khaled Father of Asahd

 

£11,540

A collaboration between DJ Khaled and the Jordan Brand, this release sees a translucent outsole and orange tongue back, and is crafted almost entirely out of suede.

10. Air Jordan Kobe PE Pack Retro-8 Retro-3

£11,540

The retro Air Jordans in this two-sneaker pack were worn by Bryant during the 2002-03 NBA season. In an attempt to sway Bryant to the Swoosh, Nike and Jordan Brand created these special colorways exclusively for the Black Mamba.

*Please note the above prices reflect each item’s GMV (gross merchandise value)