10 Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club Right Now

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Finding out the most expensive sneakers at Flight Club is always fun.

Flight Club, the most respected cosignment store in the world is known for having expensive sneakers always in stock. Although most retail for $250 or cheaper, demand usually drives prices through the roof.

Some sneakers never even release to the public which warrants a higher price tag.

Prices fluctuate with demand so this list is constantly changing. Number 1 might even surprise you. Check out the full list below.

Out of the 10 Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club Right Now, which one doesn't deserve to be on this list?

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

NIKE AIR FOAMPOSITE "QUAI54" - $5,000

  • Year: 2015
  • Colorway:mettalic grey/blk-silver

Nike always designs something special for the players in the Quai54 Paris Basketball tournament. This year happened to feature one of the best Foamposites the world has ever seen.

Hologram Foamposites will release for Black Friday without the Quai54 Branding for $250.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

AIR JORDAN 4 PE "MARQUETTE" - $5,000

  • Year:2013
  • Colorway:white/varsity maize-m navy

These sneakers are exclusive to Marquette University who's Basketball team is endorsed by Jordan Brand.

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AIR JORDAN 3 PE OREGON "PITCREW" - $6,500

  • Year:2011
  • Colorway:black/yellow-wht

Tinker Hatfield made special pairs of the Air Jordan 3 with Oregon Ducks branding just for athletes at school. Certain celebrities were seeded pairs as well. These did not see a public release.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

NIKE AIR YEEZY 2 "RED OCTOBER" - $7,000

  • Style ID:508214 660 , Year:2013
  • Colorway:red/red

After months of being pushed back Kanye West would release his last sneaker in collaboration with Nike on February 9th at 10am EST by surprise. Not only did the colorway have a polarizing effect throughout the world of sneakers and fashion, but so did the design cues.

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NIKE LEBRON 9 LOW "LEBRONOLD PALMER" - $7,000

  • Year:2012
  • Colorway:yellw-teal-floridian

This shoe is a rare sample worn by LeBron James that never released.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

AIR JORDAN 12 "OVO" - $8,000

  • Style ID:456963 090 , Year:2014
  • Colorway:black/blk-mtlc gold

Drake designed two pairs of Air Jordan 12s for friends and family. No word on whether a public release will ever happen.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

NIKE AIR MAG - $8,500

  • Style ID:417744 001
  • Year:2011
  • Colorway:jetstream/white-pl blue

In 2011, a limited amount of pairs were auctioned off by Nike to support Michael J. Fox's Parkinson's foundation. Recently, Nike gifted the BTTF II star with the first real pair of auto-lacing Air mags. The public will have an opportunity to get their own pairs at an auction in 2016.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

AIR JORDAN 5 PE OREGON DUCKS - $8,500

  • Year:2013
  • Colorway:apple green/yellow strike-blk

Jordan Brand designed possibly the hottest PE for the Oregon Men's college basketball team. It didn't take long for celebrities, collectors, and sneakerheads alike to drive demand up so high.

This shoe was never released to the public.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

NIKE DUNK LOW SB "PARIS" - $11,000

  • Style ID:308270 111
  • Year: 2003
  • Colorway: rope/special cardinal

Upon an immediate sell out, the value of Paris SBs jumped to $3,000 quickly. They are now worth nearly quadruple the value after 13 years.

Only 202 pairs were released in Paris. They were designed by French painter Bernard Buffet.

You can cop them here.

Most Expensive Sneakers At Flight Club

Nike Dunk Hi SB "FLOM" - $12,500

  • Style ID:305050 112
  • Year: 2004
  • Colorway: white/white-el dorado

This sneaker was designed by NYC graffiti artist Futura. Only 24 pairs were rumored to have been given to friends and family. FLOM = For The Love Of Money.

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