Michael Jordan unique 1984 Converse shoes could fetch up to $100K at auction

If you have roughly $100,000 to spend, you can own an autographed pair of shoes worn by Michael Jordan in the gold medal game of the 1984 Olympics against Spain.

The shoes, which are being sold by SCP Auctions, are unique for a couple additional reasons.

One, they’re the final shoes that Jordan wore before turning professional (NBA players were not allowed in the Olympics until 1992).

Two, Jordan signed with Nike as after the Olympics and has never left the company. As such, these are likely the last pair of non-Nike’s that Jordan ever wore in competition.

According to a TMZ report, the shoes could bring in over $100,000.