Someone Is Currently Prepared to Pay $70,000 USD for the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 by Virgil Abloh Sneaker

In a size US 11.

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Someone in US size 11 really wants a pair of the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 sneaker by Virgil Abloh.

While most of the 200 pairs have all met their reserve prices, currently averaging around $20,000 USD per lot, a size US 11 — lot 178 — has just reached a bid of $70,000 USD. The next highest bid is for a US 10.5 — lot 172 — at $50,000. Currently, there are only four other pairs that have reacher over $45,000 USD on Sotheby’s.

For those looking to see the current prices, you can head over to the dedicated auction page. The bidding is set to conclude on February 8 where proceeds will benefit The Virgil Abloh™ “Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund.

In other footwear news, take an official look at the upcoming Gnarhunters x Nike SB Dunk Low.

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