Stadium Goods Reveals Its 20 Most Expensive Sales of 2016

Can you guess #1?

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2016 saw a plethora of new sneaker releases in an increasingly mainstream sneaker and streetwear culture. Powerhouses Nike dropped the auto-lacing Air MAGs which went for over $100,000 USD at auction while adidas released multiple colorways of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2. However, like fine wine, aged sneakers are also more highly sought-after and draw a stiffer price tag. The folks over at Stadium Goods have put together a list of their 20 most expensive items sold in 2016 which include old and new footwear staples.

Check out select models above and head over to its website to see the full list.

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