10 Sneakers That Are More Expensive Than A Car

10 Sneakers That Are More Expensive Than A Car

In 1979 a New York Times article declared the sneakers trend “out of control.” But it wasn’t until six years later that Nike debuted the Air Jordan, selling $130 million of the shoes in the first year alone. Twenty years after that, the legendary New York Times photographer and style guru Bill Cunningham declared peak sneakerdom yet again, noting that young men were “rewriting the whole language of their fashion” with their kicks.