After copping an eyeful of the best on-foot looks at this year's Sneakerness Amsterdam, we now turn our attention to some of the most exorbitant grails on offer.

A veritable treasure trove of the most-wanted kicks, for two days the Kromhouthal exhibition hall was transformed into a sneakerhead's paradise. As ever, there was strong reputation from anything Kanye West-related; the rarely-spotted Louis Vuitton Jasper Low in all red topped our list with a price tag of $6250. As expected in Amsterdam, there was strong representation on behalf of Patta, while those lucky enough to attend could also steal a glance at the unreleased adidas Futurecraft 3D.

The list in full is:

1. Kanye West x Louis Vuitton Jasper Low — €5500 (approx $6250)

2. Louis Vuitton Jasper — €5500 (approx $6250)

3. Nike Air Yeezy 2 "Solar Red" — €5000 (approx $5630)

4. adidas Futurecraft 3D — €4500 (approx $5070)

5. Patta x Parra x Nike Air Max 1 "Cherrywood" — €3500 (approx $3943)

6. Sole Panda x Filling Pieces "The Black Unicorn Dragon" Custom — €2500 (approx $2800)

7. Nike SB "What The" Dunk — €2000 (approx $2250)

8. Patta x Nike Air Max 1 "Purple Denim" — €1500 (approx $1690)

9. Nike Foamposite "Doernbecher" — €1400 (approx $1570)

10. Colette x New Balance M1500 — €1300 (approx $1460)

11. Patta x Nike Air Max 1 "Amsterdam" — €1250 (approx $1410)

12. adidas Originals x YEEZY Boost 350 "Moon Rock" — €1100 (approx $1240)

13. adidas Originals x YEEZY Boost 350 V2 "Triple Black" — €1000 (approx $1120)

14. Patta x Nike Air Max 1 "Lucky Green" — €1000 (approx $1120)

15. Woei x Asics Gel Lyte III "Cervidae" Sample — €999 (approx $1120)

16.  Afew x ASICS Gel Lyte III "Koi" — €750 (approx $845)

17. Nike SB Dunk High "UNKLE" — €750 (approx $845)

18. adidas Originals x YEEZY Boost 350 V2 "Peach" Custom — €700 (approx $780)

19. KITH x adidas Ultra Boost Aspen — €650 (approx $730)

20. adidas Originals x YEEZY Boost 350 V2 "Warhawk" Custom — €590 (approx $660)

21. Nike Air Max 1 "Urawa" — €500 (approx $560)

22. Pharrell x adidas NMD “Human Race" — €500 (approx $560)

23.  Nike Lebron 10 Cork — €500 (approx $560)

24. Nike Air Max 97 "Powerball Red" — €450 (approx $510)

25. Nike Air Max 1/90 "Patriot Hybrid" — €350 (approx $395)

26. adidas Rod Laver "Gold" — €300 (approx $340)

27. Nike Air Jordan 4 "Pure Money" — €220 (approx $250)

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