Nike's latest high-end sneakers are selling for even higher prices.
The company's CryptoKicks, which are being auctioned off as non-fungible tokens, have fetched between $4,000 and $100,000, according to CBSSports.com. By comparison, a pair of Nike Supreme Stars Mean Green SB Dunk Lows sold Thursday for $1,000.
While $100,000 might seem a bit pricey for a pair of sneakers, the cost doesn't even compare to that of a pair of Nikes worn by Michael Jordan during his rookie season. Those shoes sold for $1.47 million in a 1984 auction.