The 10 Most Expensive Sneakers From Offset’s Insane Collection
Offset first came to prominence as a member of the Migos Trio in which he made music with his cousins. The trio worked hard to produce quality content and slowly gained popularity with their mind-blowing beats and music. While each Migos earns an equal share from music and touring, Offset has made sure to invest their earnings which have brought good returns. As of 2022, the rapper has a net worth of $26 million and he’s spending a fortune buying luxury real estate, automobiles, and expensive jewelry for his wife Cardi B and their children. He also spends a large portion of his income on sneakers and has a collection of 3,000 pairs of sneakers.
Offset’s favorites in his collection are Air Jordan shoes and Nike Dunk sneakers. However, he makes sure to diversify his collection with a few rare and striking collaborations.
ten Air Force 1 High ‘Sheed’
Rasheed Wallace, former NBA player and now Memphis Tigers coach, is one of the most prominent ambassadors of Nike Air Force 1 shoes. HypeBeastto celebrate the four-time All-Star, Nike released the Sheed white-on-white collection in 2019 which was similar to the Air Force 1 from 2003. The shoe is made with Wallace’s fadeaway sweater on the heel as a template special edition and retails for $130.
9 Stüssy x Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2
The first iteration of the Spiridon Cage 2 was released in 2003 and has a revamped look after a collaboration with fashion brand Stüssy. The refreshing look has a mesh upper with a woven textile in the design with a black Nike swoosh logo to the side. Stüssy is branded to the toe and heel and comes with a special Fossil sole that completes the design.
8 Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “Yellow Cactus Jack”
Offset was one of the first people to wear the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “Yellow Cactus Jack” before the sneakers were released. As mentioned by High Snobitythe first edition of the shoes came in an Olive colourway, and Offset was spotted wearing a yellow color scheme with a similar storage pocket detail and the words Cactus Jack stitched into the heels.
7 Union Air Jordan 2
A collaboration between Air Jordan and Union LA, the Union Air Jordan 2 returned to the stands in 2022 with the Future Is Now collection, featuring additional accessories and apparel. In early April 2022, Offset received a pair of Union Air Jordan 2s ahead of their April 15 release for $225. The sneakers arrived in a sealed terrarium with live butterflies inside for the rapper.
6 Nike Air Jordan Retro 12
The twelfth shoe designed by Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan, the Retro 12, was first released in 1996 during the 1996-97 NBA season. The Retro 12 had an initial retail price of $135 and was available in various colorways: Taxi, Obsidian, Flu Game, and Playoffs. It was the first Air Jordan sneaker equipped with Zoom Air cushioning, as noted Sneaker News.
5 Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2
A landmark sneaker of the decade created by Kanye West, Yeezy Boost 350 V2 was one of the most popular editions released by him. First released in 2016, the kicks came in gray and orange colorways. After several restocks, the sneaker model was released again in 2019 with new colorways and last went on sale in the summer of 2020.
4 Air Jordan 3 Retro UNC
Released in March 2020, the Air Jordan 3 Retro was designed to pay homage to Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina. The special edition is splashed with varsity colors and a dual-textured leather upper, elephant-print overlays, and Jumpman logos that remain iconic Air Jordan sneakers.
3 Nike Dunk SB Low Stüssy Cherry
The popularity of Stussy’s Nike Air Huarache “Desert Oak”, his very first collaboration with the Swoosh of 2000, turned into his most iconic sneaker project to date: the incredibly popular Nike SB Dunk Low “Cherry from 2005. https://t.co/jHhjs7gTuG pic.twitter.com/IIJqmFL91F
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As part of the Nike Skateboarding Team Manager Series, industry officials were allowed to design their shoes for this edition. Stüssy’s Robbie Jeffers created the Dunk SB with a colorway inspired by Neapolitan ice cream. Released in 2005, it has a brown leather overlay, a pink base and a cream Nike swoosh.
2 Nike Dunk Low “Splatter”
Dunks have always been a popular sneaker style since their release in 1985. Nike collaborated with Undefeated LA, the original leather sneaker store, in 2002 to create the Low Splatter edition design. Crafted from premium leather and soft suede, it features white and gray splatter patterns as shown by Sotheby’s.
1 Nike Dunk High Pro SB ‘Dr. Feel good’
A design inspired by a musician, the Nike Dunk High Pro SB was based on Motley Crue’s fifth studio album, Dr. Feelgood for the design. The green color and red accents resemble the album cover and were created with great attention to detail. There is a reptile print on the toe and ankle area with a large red Nike Swoosh on the side.
Other notable sneakers in his collection include the Macklemore x Nike Air Jordan 6 and Nike Dunk Syracuse sneakers. Offset has never missed an opportunity to buy expensive sneakers, and he splashed $31,000 on a sneaker shopping trip in 2019 when he dated pop culture company Complex.
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Sources: HypeBeast, High Snobity, Sneaker News, Sotheby’s
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