Kobe Bryant fans who have a few hundred thousand dollars to spare might want to listen up.
On Friday night in Toronto, home of this weekend’s NBA All-Star Game, Jordan Brand presented Bryant with a full set of the Jordan line in white, purple and black—the colors of his Los Angeles Lakers. The set encompasses the Air Jordan I through the Air Jordan XXX, released on Friday.
Additionally, an equivalent set in black, purple and gold was also revealed. While the white set will likely sit in Bryant’s home, the black set is up for auction on eBay for 24 hours.
The auction started Saturday at 12 p.m. and runs through Sunday at 12 p.m.
While Bryant now has his own Nike signature shoe, he did wear the AJ III and AJ VIII during the 2002-2003 season.
“The Jordan Brand is about more than basketball, it’s about leaving a legacy and honoring those who have left a legacy,” said Jordan Brand president Larry Miller. “Tonight the brand was able to honor one the game’s great players and the legacy he created.”
Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation, which works to support youth and families in need by providing both financial resources and developing programs.
The current bid sits at $100,000. The eBay auction page can be found here.