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Museum of Authentics

The best bits from our exclusive sneaker showcase.

The rare & iconic kicks we had on display


Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” 1985 - Game-worn & dual-signed by Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan was the player that changed the game, and the Air Jordan 1 was the shoe that changed the sneaker game.

Almost 30 years since its release, the Air Jordan 1 remains one of the most popular sneakers on the market. You don’t have to be a sneakerhead to recognise the iconic red and white of the “Chicago” colourway.

Michael Jordan famously wore a size 13 shoe on his left foot and a size 13.5 shoe on his right in an exclusive modified mid-cut design.


Air Jordan 3 “White Cement” 1988/3/11 - Game-worn & dual-signed by Michael Jordan

After the release of the Air Jordan 2, Michael Jordan considered leaving Nike.

Tinker Hatfield was tasked with designing a Jordan sneaker great enough to win Michael Jordan back. Hatfield accomplished this by including Michael Jordan in the design process. He worked with Jordan’s feedback and designed a lower cut sneaker that looked great on and off the court.

This new style was the freshest pair of the season, cementing Jordan’s professional relationship with Nike and Air Jordan.


Nike Hyperdunk Supreme “Marty McFly” 2008 - Signed by Kobe Bryant

With only 350 pairs ever released, the hype surrounding the 2008 drop of the “Marty McFly” was off the charts.

Kobe turned the hype into mania when he drove to the sneaker’s launch in a Back to the Future-style DeLorean. The first 10 fans who camped overnight got to meet Bryant as he signed the coveted kicks. This signed Hyperdunk makes a solid case to go down in sneakerhead history as an unmatched icon.


Nike Air Uptempo 1995 - Game-worn & dual-signed by Scottie Pippen

Game-worn and dual-signed by Scottie Pippen, the Uptempo '95 is a hardcore throwback to the staunch ‘rough riders’ style of '90s ball. It is known for being the first-ever sneaker with visible Air from heel to toe. Steeped in nostalgia and repped by iconic ballers like Kevin Garnett, Tim Duncan and Chris Webber, these '90s OGs are a sneakerhead favourite.


LeBron X “Miami Heat Home” 2012 - Game-worn & dual-signed by LeBron James

Game-worn and dual-signed by King James, the “Miami Heat Home” goes hand-in-hand with "The Decision". This seismic event saw LeBron leave Cleveland for South Beach to create a super team alongside Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh.

The "Miami Heat Home" signifies LeBron's contentious switch-up, his back-to-back championships in Miami and his reign as one of the most influential sports figures alive.

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