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Now that we’ve shown you our favorite on-foot looks from Crepe City SS17, we turn to the shelves to recap the most expensive items on sale.

Topping the list, as it has at past sneaker conventions around the world, is a 2011 version of the revered Nike MAG. The OG “Pirate Black” YEEZY Boost 350 came in at a not-so-close second place, followed by an ultra rare “Tokyo 23” version of the Air Jordan V, which we’ve also seen in past lists.

The ranking goes on to include coveted items from adidas, BAPE, Nike and others, so make sure to check out the top 20 below.

1. Nike MAG (2011) – £15,000 (approx. $18,849 USD)
2. adidas YEEZY Boost 350 “Turtle Dove” – £3500 (approx. $4,398 USD)
3. Nike Air Jordan V “Tokyo 23” – £2300 (approx. $2,890 USD)
4. Nike Air Jordan XXIII “Titanium” – £2300 (approx. $2,890 USD)
5. Nike Air Yeezy 2 NRG “Solar Red” – £2000 (approx. $2,514 USD)
6. adidas 3D Runner – £2000 (approx. $2,514 USD)
7. Nike SB “What The” Dunk – £1700 (approx. $2,136 USD)
8. adidas YEEZY Boost 350 V2 “Zebra” – £1700 (approx. $2,136 USD)
9. adidas Ultra Boost “Miami Hurricanes” – £1500 (approx. $1,885 USD)
10. BAPE BAPESTA x Kanye West “College Dropout” – £1500 (approx. $1,885 USD)
11. Nike Air Max 1 x Patta x Parra “Amsterdam” – £1400 (approx. $1,759 USD)
12. Nike Air Max 1 x Patta “Purple Denim” – £1300 (approx. $1,633 USD)
13. atmos x Nike Air Jordan 3 and Air Max 1 “Elephant” – £1300 (approx. $1,633 USD)
14. Nike Air Yeezy 1 – £1200 (approx. $1,508 USD)
15. ASICS GEL-Lyte III x Ronnie Fieg “Leather Back” – £1100 (approx. $1,382 USD)
16. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse x Crooked Tongues BBQ – £1000 (approx. $1,257 USD)
17. VLONE x Nike Air Force 1 – £1000 (approx. $1,257 USD)
18. adidas YEEZY Boost 750 “Grey” – £800 (approx. $1,005 USD)
19. Patta x Nike Air Max 1 “Chlorophyll” – £700 (approx. $880 USD)
20. Supreme x Nike Dunk High Pro SB – £600 (approx. $754 USD)

Now, zoom across the Atlantic to check out the most expensive sneakers for sale at Sneaker Con Phoenix SS17.

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