Buy Shares in the Air Jordan 12s That Kobe Wore in 2003
Sports memorabilia platform, Collectable, are currently offering shares in a pair of the Air Jordan 12 ‘French Blue’ that Kobe Bryant wore in a game against the Celtics back in 2003. Featured during Kobe’s so-called sneaker free agency, this offering is believed to be one of only two pairs of the AJ12 ‘French Blue’ worn on-court by the Lakers star. The blue and white colourway matched perfectly with the classic royal blue Lakers uniform worn on the night in question.
Each shoe is signed by Kobe, and this pair represents a neat fusion of two of the biggest names in basketball history: Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. Shares are currently available for $10 each, with over half of the shares already taken up at the time of writing.
Collectable is a platform that has created a stock market for the sports memorabilia industry. They take key items of sports memorabilia – including cards, game worn jerseys, and sneakers – and turn them into SEC-approved commodities for fans to invest in. ,
If you’d like to secure your share in history, head across to the Collectable website right now.
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