April 27, 2017 BY Yale Schalk / 0
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When Kobe Bean Bryant retired in 2016 after a stellar 20 year career, Jordan Brand presented him with an entire set of crisp white Air Jordan signature sneakers. It was a fitting tribute to the player who has likely come the closest to replicating Michael Jordan’s fierce will to win and all-around skill set. While that set never made it anywhere near retail, it has actually surfaced at Heritage Auctions, where the lot has an estimated worth of over $200,000. Each pair is size 14 and comes with its own shoe box. If you’ve got the coin to bid, or just want to check these out more in-depth, head over to the bid page.
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