The Air Force 1 is one of Nike’s most popular and sought-after sneakers of all time. And thanks to Stadium Goods, 100 different rare and limited pairs will soon be available for their original retail price.
The New York-based consignment retailer announced today that it has tracked down and accumulated — with help from Nike — 100 pairs of the iconic shoes, which will be sold at ComplexCon for $90 each. The ComplexCon event is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif.
Stadium Goods confirmed some of the iterations of the shoe that will be sold, a list that includes the pairs designed by graffiti artist Stash, the limited-edition look for Jay Z’s “The Black Album,” the Mr. Cartoon collaboration, the “Camo” collaboration from Supreme, as well as the “Playstation,” “Linen,” “Entourage,” “Taiwan” and more.
“Some of these shoes are the ultimate grails,” said John McPheters, co-founder of Stadium Goods, in a statement. “We even got the ‘Taiwans,’ which were super-hard to find a pair in good condition because most pairs had cracked on the patent leather or came with yellowed soles. But I think we got a good pair.”