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Yesterday we featured the best sneakers worn at Solemart Berlin‘s Winter 2016 edition and today we take a look at the most expensive kicks up for sale. As has become the norm at sneaker exhibitions around the world, Kanye West’s footwear designs for both adidas and Nike were among the most expensive, with the Swoosh and ASICS filling up the remaining top tier spots.

See the full list of pricing below in slide order. Afterwards, let us know if you think those prices are justified in the voting tool.

1. Nike Air Yeezy II “Solar Red” – €5,000 ($5,415 USD)
2. Nike Air Foamposite One NRG “Galaxy” – €2,500 ($2,705 USD)
3. Air Jordan 23 “Premier” – €2,323 ($2,516)
4. Nike x Parra x Patta Air Max 1 “Burgundy” – €2,300 ($2,490)
5. adidas YEEZY Boost 750 “Black” – €1,550 ($1,680)
6. adidas YEEZY Boost 350 “Oxford Tan” – €1,200 ($1,300)
7. Air Jordan 4 “Laser” 2005 – €1,100 ($1,190)
7. Nike Air Foamposite “Mirror” – €1,100 ($1,190)
8. Nike Air Yeezy I “Zen” – €1,000 ($1,085)
8. adidas YEEZY Boost 350 “Pirate Black” – €1,000 ($1,085)
8. ASICS x Slam Jam GEL-Lyte III – €1,000 ($1,085)
8. Nike Air Max 1 “Animal” – €1,000 ($1,085)
9. Nike x Patta Air Max 90 “Homegrown” – €850 ($920)
10. ASICS x Ronnie Fieg GT 2 “Rose Gold” – €800 ($867)
11. Air Jordan 1 “25th Anniversary” – €800 ($867)
12. Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” – €750 ($812)
13. Nike x Supreme Air Foamposite – €750 ($812)
13. adidas YEEZY Boost 350 “Moonrock” – €750 ($812)
14. ASICS x Ronnie Fieg GT 2 “Ultramarine” – €700 ($758)
14. ASICS x 24 Kilates Gel Saga “Tio Pepe” – €700 ($758)

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Brock Cardiner is Highsnobiety's LA Editorial Director. He oversees Highsnobiety's editorial initiatives on the West Coast.