A pair of vintage Apple trainers, designed exclusively for their store employees in the early nineties, are now up for auction online.
And the starting bid for the ‘Computer Sneakers’ is a cool $15,000 (£11,590).
That’s not taking into account what the sellers, Heritage Auction, actually think they’ll end up selling for, an amount they pitch at more like $30,000 (£23k).
As it is believed only two pairs exist worldwide.
The white Adidas trainers are emblazoned with the Apple multi-coloured rainbow logo, the one used on their first colour desktop computer.
As well as the word ‘Apple’ just so everyone knows you’re the real deal.
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According to Business Insider, the same pair of trainers were actually sold on eBay back in 2007 for a mere $79, but were then lost for several years, before being found again at a garage sale in San Francisco.
So if you’ve got a spare house deposit lying around in your bank account, and a pair of size nine and a half feet, then maybe consider them as your next investment?
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