Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna

Though resale platforms such as Stadium Goods and StockX will, on occasion, offer great value kicks and streetwear for less than what they first retailed for, more often than not these shopping destinations are teeming with added value pieces. Among its coveted Nike kicks that come at a considerable price premium, you’ll also stumble on some rare collectible items with ridiculous price hikes.

Whether it’s limited-edition collectibles or those all-time rarest kicks, pieces on the online secondary marketplace have been known to reach price heights exceeding $50,000. Now, for those of you who love to window shop, or if you’re in the market for a particular grail, our resident shopping curators have fished through some of our favorite resale websites to bring you some of the most expensive and coveted items available right now.

Scroll on to peep all the baller items currently being resold, from hard-to-find sneakers such as Nike’s Air MAG “Back to the Future” to artful collectibles including Medicom Toy’s [email protected] made of layered wood.

Please note that prices are subject to change due to resale hikes and fluctuations, so prices might not be 100 percent accurate at the time of reading.

Nike Air YEEZY 2 SP “Red October” — $6,999

Air Yeezy 2 SP 'Red October'

Nike

$6999

Released in 2014, Kanye West’s “Red October” Nike Air YEEZY 2s marked the end of his partnership with Nike. Available in an eye-catching red colorway, the sneakers originally retailed at $245 and sold out in just a few minutes. Still among some of the most hyped kicks on the market, they’re currently going for almost 30x their MSRP.

Supreme x Meissen Porcelain Cupid Figurine — $8,400

Meissen Hand-Painted Porcelain Cupid Figurine

Supreme

$7599

Hand-painted by expert Meissen artists, Supreme’s porcelain Cupid statue is part of the brand’s FW18 drop, and it’s easy to see why it ended up on this list. For the uninitiated, Meissen’s figurines are truly a piece of art, regularly ending up on auction houses such as Sotheby’s, which goes to explain its baller-friendly resale markup.

Eminem x Carhartt WIP x Nike Air Jordan 4 “Black Chrome” — $12,300

Air Jordan 4 'Black Chrome'

Eminem x Carhartt WIP x Nike

$12300

A collaboration between Nike, Carhartt WIP, and Eminem, this Air Jordan 4 is still one of the most coveted sneaker collaborations, having been originally released in 2015. Only ten pairs were made, as they were created exclusively for a few select family and friends of the Detroit rapper.

Trophy Room x Nike Air Jordan 5 Retro “F&F” — $14,999

Air Jordan 5 Retro 'Trophy Room Friends and Family'

Nike

$14999

Unlike most items on this list, the Trophy Room x Nike Air Jordan 5 Retro is a recent drop. Released in May 2019, this red colorway is the super-limited “Friends and Family” edition of 2019 Retro, which was a collaboration between Nike and Marcus Jordan’s sneaker boutique, with a design inspired by his father Michael Jordan’s trophy room in their family home.

Medicom Toy [email protected] Layered Wood 1000% — $15,000

Bearbrick Layered Wood 1000%

Medicom Toy

$12000

When it comes to collectibles, a toy brand such as Japan’s Medicom Toy is always a first thought. This 1000% [email protected] is truly one-of-a-kind, having been crafted layer by layer with laminated pieces of wood by carpenters at Karimoku, a Japanese furniture company. Its handmade wooden box is also a nice touch.

Supreme x Louis Vuitton Baseball Jacket — $15,000

Leather Baseball Jacket

Supreme x Louis Vuitton

$12000

Certainly one of the most hyped collaborations of recent times, the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collection included some instant grails, with this leather baseball jacket being one of the standout pieces from the line. Featuring an all-over LV monogram print paired with Supreme’s signature red hue, this eye-catching piece is currently reselling for around 15 stacks.

Dior x KAWS Plush BFF — $30,000

Plush BFF

Dior x KAWS

$18999

Another highly coveted collab. This KAWS plush BFF in collaboration with Kim Jones is not only adorable but dapper too, coming with a full-on Dior suit. Part of a very limited edition, the toy originally retailed at $7,500 and, naturally, it has surfaced at resale sites with a much higher resale price.

Nike Air Mag “Back To The Future” (2016) — $39,999

Air Mag (2016)

Nike

$36253

These futuristic auto-lacing Nike MAG shoes were released on October 4, 2016, paying homage to Michael J. Fox and the iconic movie Back to the Future II. As you’ll have guessed from the resale markup, these are some of the rarest, most expensive sneakers you’ll find.

Nike Air Jordan 11 “Derek Jeter” — $40,000