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If you fancy owning a bit of a history then don’t sleep on Steiner Sports’ latest auction.

The barter site has listed a pair of  “Cardinal” AJ7’s that Michael Jordan wore during the 1992 NBA season. Bidding started at $1000, with the current offer sitting at $2860. The uber-rare sneakers were donated by Bill Schmidt, the former vice president of Gatorade who helped produce the iconic “Be Like Mike” campaign. The shoes, which Steiner Sports say show “show excellent wear,” come with documentation from MEARS which proves they’re the real McCoy. Jordan’s autograph has also been verified.

Last month, the Jumpman’s 1984 Olympic gold-medal game Converse sneakers sold for a record $190,373. Don’t be surprised if these fetch similar.

Place your bid over at Steiner Sports by clicking above.

These retro Apple sneakers went up for auction last month.

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