Nothing under $4,000
It all started in 2005 when a shop in downtown Manhattan, NYC opened its doors named Flight Club. It was the first of its kind. A shop that offered the rarest, most sought after sneakers that already sold out in retail stores. Ten years later it isn't the only consignment shop in existence, but it is the premier place to buy and sell high priced authentic sneakers.
You can find the least sought after shoe or the rarest of them all at Flight Club. Today we highlight the most expensive gems Flight Club has to offer. This list might actually surprise you as it isn't completely filled with sneakers you might expect.
Click through to find out the most expensive sneakers at Flight Club right now. Then comment down below and let us know if the shoes warrant the asking price.
10. Air Jordan 8 PE "Ray Allen"
Ray Allen has some of the most sought after PE's in the game. He also won his first championship with the Celtics in 2007. This shoe is from his Championship year.
9. Kanye West x Louis Vuitton Don "Red"
Before the Red Octobers, these were the Red Octobers.
8. Nike Dunk SB "Yellow Lobster"
Concepts stayed true to the rarity of an actual yellow lobster and never released these to retail. Rumors say there are only 36 pairs to exist.
7. Air Jordan 3 PE "Pit Crew"
Anything Oregon Ducks x Air Jordan will be at Flight Club for no less than $1,000. You have to pay to play.
6. Nike Air Yeezy 2 "Blink"
You know why these are here.
5. Nike Dunk SB Low "Pigeon"
It's officially been 10 years since the release of Jeff Staple's Pigeon SB. Crazy. We can officially coin this shoe as vintage.4. Nike Air Yeezy 2 "Red October"
The last true Quickstrike Nike dropped on us may have been the most impactful. Since February 9, 2014 it has been Yeezy Season.
3. Air Jordan 3 "Pit Crew"
You will never find these in any retail store, ever. If you weren't an Oregon Duck athlete or friend of Nike, then Flight Club was your only hope.
2. Nike Air Foamposite One "Sole Collector"
Sole Collector has collaborated on a lot of amazing sneakers, but none had quite as much hype as the Penny pack they released in 2011 which retailed for $1,000 and came with five different pairs of Nike Penny sneakers. The pack was exclusively sold at Niketown Las Vegas in a raffle.
1. Nike Air Mag
These special Marty McFly shoes were only sold via auction in 2011 and not for chump change either. Some people paid well over what Flight Club is asking for.