An original left-side Nike Mag shoe has just sold for a mammoth $92,100 on eBay. The sneaker, which was made for Back to the Future Part II, was auctioned for nearly three times what a complete pair fetched at auction in London in September.

The @shoezeum Instagram account of sneaker collector Jordan Geller posted a screenshot of its eBay auction three hours before it finished, which you can see below.

Over $90,000 is a pretty penny to pay for a single shoe that is starting to disintegrate due to old age. The movie came out in 1989, making this prop almost 30 years old.

To check out the completed listing, visit the button below.

Would you pay $90,000 for an original Nike Mag sneaker if you could? Let us know in the comments.

Next, check out this story of a Redditor who claimed to have bought a legitimate pair of Nike Air Mags in a Buffalo Exchange here.

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