StockX Names the Most Expensive Sneakers of 2016

Nike Air MAG

The Eminem-backed sneaker stock market, StockX, offers up a breakdown of the most expensive kicks of 2016.

From BAPE collaborations to Yeezy BOOST drops, a number of kicks dropped at a specific retail price before selling out in an instant… and then, hitting the retail market at a massive mark-up.

Based on both demand and hype, the Adidas Yeezy BOOST 750 sold for $350, before reaching the resell market at above $1,500, while the auto-lacing Nike HyperAdapts selling for a staggering $720 and reselling at over $3,500.

But, as you probably guessed, the extremely limited auto-lacing Nike MAG takes the cake, reselling at the price of a car… at over $28,600 USD.

See the top 10 list of Most Expensive Sneakers in 2016 below, via StockX:

10. adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 “Pirate Black” – Original price: $200 USD; Resale: $1,264 USD
9. BAPE x adidas NMD – Original price: $150 USD; Resale value: $1,309 USD
8. adidas YEEZY BOOST 750 “Glow in the Dark” – Original price: $350 USD; Resale: $1,565 USD
7. adidas 3D Runner – Original price: $333 USD; Resale value: $1,601 USD
6. Air Jordan 1 “Satin” – Original price: $175 USD; Resale value: $1,955 USD
5. adidas NMD “Red Apple” – Original price: $170 USD; Resale value: $2,327 USD
4. adidas NMD “Pitch Black” – Original price: N/A; Resale value: $2,972 USD
3. Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Original price: $720 USD; Resale value: $3,528 USD
2. adidas Pharrell Human Race NMD “Friends and Family” – Original: N/A; Resale: $7,535 USD
1. Nike MAG Original price: N/A; Resale value: $28,638 USD

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