It's always up for debate, but all things considered, 2016 has been a pretty good year for sneakerheads. adidas has given us banger after banger, whether it be in the form of Boost or NMD deliveries, and Nike somewhat quietly continued to churn out numerous must-have drops.

In looking back over the year, New York retail and consignment store Stadium Goods has listed its most expensive sales for 2016. Not just limited to sneakers, their top 20 list includes a couple of accessories, one item of which you can't even wear.

As expected, multiple Jordans are featured on Stadium Goods' 2016 most expensive sales list, in addition to a few entries from Nike and adidas as well.

You can get a look at the top 10 below and then follow on over to Stadium Goods for 11 through 20.

1. Supreme x Rolex Submariner ($50,000 USD) 2. Undefeated x Air Jordan 4 Retro ($18,500 USD) 3. SoleFly x Air Jordan 3 Retro "Lotto" ($12,000 USD) 4. Nike Air MAG (2011) ($9,000 USD) 5. Air Jordan 6 "Macklemore" ($8,500 USD) 6. Pharrell Williams x adidas NMD Human Race "Friends & Family" ($5,000 USD - $7,500 USD) 7. Air Jordan 12 Retro "28 Days of Flight" ($6,000 USD) 8. Nike Hyper Adapt 1.0 ($6,000 USD) 9. Air Jordan 5 Retro "Pantone" ($6,000 USD) 10. Nike Air Yeezy 2 "Red October" ($5,000 USD - $5,500 USD)

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