10 Rarest Nike Shoes Ever Made

Nike Mag (2011 Release): Inspired by "Back to the Future II," these self-lacing sneakers are highly sought after by collectors.

Nike Air Yeezy 1 "Grammy": Designed by Kanye West, this limited edition release was exclusively given to Grammy Award nominees and is extremely rare.

Nike Dunk SB Low Paris: Released in 2002 as part of the "City Series," this shoe pays homage to Paris and is highly coveted by sneaker enthusiasts.

Nike Air Jordan 4 "Eminem Encore": Given to friends and family of Eminem, this collaboration is one of the rarest Air Jordans ever made.

Nike Dunk SB Low "Freddy Krueger": Inspired by the infamous horror character, this shoe was canceled before its official release, making it extremely rare.

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Nike Air Max 1 "Kid Robot": Created in collaboration with Kid Robot in 2005, this shoe is limited to only 250 pairs worldwide.

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Nike Dunk SB Low "Paris": Another shoe paying tribute to Paris, this 2003 release is highly sought after by collectors for its unique design.

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Nike Air Mag (2016 Release): The second iteration of the famous "Back to the Future" shoe, this limited release was auctioned off for charity, making it extremely rare.

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Nike Dunk SB Low "Hemp Pack": Released in 2004, this pack featured three colorways inspired by hemp and is highly prized by collectors.

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Nike Air Yeezy 2 "Red October": The final release from Kanye West's collaboration with Nike, this all-red colorway is incredibly rare and commands high prices.

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