Sneakerness is one of the world's biggest sneaker conventions, allowing collectors and fans to buy and trade sneakers. With sneaker reselling having become a billion USD industry in itself, Highsnobiety takes a look at the most expensive sneakers offered at this year's event in Cologne.
  1. Nike LeBron 8 ‘112’ by Clark Kent – €4000 ($4500 USD)
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  2. Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Grey” – €3500 ($3900 USD)
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  3. Nike x Patta x Parra Air Max 1 – €3000 ($3400 USD)
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  4. New Balance 577BGP x LFSTL ‘Kakkerlak’ – €1900 ($2150 USD)
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  5. adidas Yeezy Boost 750 – €1700 ($1930 USD)
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  6. Nike Dunk “What The Dunk” – €1500 ($1705 USD)
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  7. Nike Air Max 1 “German Camo” – €1500 ($1705 USD)
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  8. Nike x Patta Air Max 1 “Amsterdam” – €1400 ($1590 USD)
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  9. Nike x Patta Air Max 1 “Lucky Green” – €1400 ($1590 USD)
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  10. New Balance x Solebox 1500 “Purple Devil” – €1200 ($1360 USD)
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