The auctions are often an opportunity for wealthy individuals to splurge. This was obviously the case with this fan of Back to the Future.
There are objects that automatically recall a movie or a saga, and Nike autolaçantes Marty McFly in part. The American brand has also produced some copies she decided to sell in various auctions. And if fans of the saga are many, some do not hesitate to spend a fortune for their passion.
Thus a model of Nike Air Mag autolacantes, inspired by the second episode of the saga, has sold 52,500 dollars (about 47 000) at a public auction.
Designed by the famous Tinker Hatfield, who is famous for the Air Jordan, this model therefore obtained the world record for a pair of shoes sold at an auction. This is Heritage Auction, which organized the sale, which was subsequently announced. The identity of the buyer is unknown … But we know that the shoes 45.
However, a similar pair had reached 104 thousand dollars in a private sale in Hong Kong last year, for the foundation of the actor Michael J. Fox.