The sneakers Michael Jordan was wearing when he made a backboard-shattering dunk during a 1985 exhibition game in Trieste, Italy, are up for grabs.
The Air Jordan 1 High "Chicago" sneakers are among 11 pairs of Jordan game-worn and player exclusive shoes being auctioned off by British auction house Christie's. This particular pair is estimated to be worth as much as $850,000, which would set a new world auction record for sneakers.
Christie's notes that a piece of glass from the backboard is still stuck in the sole of the left sneaker.
The auction also includes a pair of Nike Air Ships worn during Jordan's rookie year with the Chicago Bulls and an Air Jordan 1 sample cleat from his brief stint in minor-league baseball.