This takes ballin' to a whole new level.

During an auction held by Grey Flannel, a leading seller in game-used apparel, an anonymous bidder shelled out $33,387 for a pair of Michael Jordan's game worn shoes. No, these weren't Jordan 1's from his early days in the NBA, but rather a pair of Converse Pro Leathers that Jordan wore during his freshman season at North Carolina. Surpringly enough, this isn't the most a pair of game-worn Jordans have sold for, as his pair of "Flu Game" Jordan 12's sold at auction last year for an astounding $104,765.

It's certainly a pair of sneaker history, but could you ever justify shelling out over $30,000 on a pair of shoes?

[Complex]