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Auction company Sotheby’s has just launched its own sneaker store. Simply referred to as "The Sneakers Shop," the online marketplace consists of extremely rare shoes from Shoezeum's collection.

The Sneakers Shop is a "buy now" online store, as the inventory is not part of an auction. Many of the sneakers that are up for grabs are game-worn and/or signed, while others are more modern releases that are hard to come by. Right now, standouts range from Michael Jordan's game-worn and signed Air Jordan 7s, to the Nike Moon Shoe from 1972, Tinker Hatfield-signed Air Max 1s, and the Nike Dunk Low Lobsters, just to name a few.

Unfortunately, you'll need deep pockets to afford the majority of the shoes from The Sneakers Shop, as they retail for upwards of $150,000. You can, however, find a small selection available for $500.

Sotheby’s points out that each item from The Sneakers Shop was picked to both interest those in the sneaker community and attract others to become a part of it. The store also has a range of accessories available, including a vintage Blue Ribbon Sports dealer bag from the '70s.

Visit sothebys.com to peruse The Sneakers Shop today.

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