The athletic brand delivered the “2-Way” OMN1S pack at 7 p.m. ET, an hour before Leonard would lead his Toronto Raptors to a 125-89 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. The two-shoe lineup consisted of a black and blue take on the baller’s court-ready OMN1S sneaker and a complementary pair of the lifestyle-focused 997 Sport. Each look retailed for $140.
Now the sneakers will cost you a lot more money.
The lowest bid for Leonard’s performance New Balance “2-Way” OMN1S sneaker on StockX as of 11 a.m. ET was $594. And the lifestyle 997 Sport had a higher asking price on the site with the lowest bid sitting at at $750.
New Balance announced yesterday that the “2-Way” pack will be the first of multiple limited-edition collections released ahead of the fall ’19 commercial launch of the OMN1S shoe.
Leonard signed an endorsement deal with New Balance in November after spending years as a Jordan Brand ambassador. The baller is leading the brand’s reentry into basketball after spending years away from the sport.
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