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Just in time for the tip-off of All-Star Weekend 2019, eBay is releasing the ultimate sneaker drop: a series of 23 limited-time drops shoppers can access on Sneakerheads will also be able to exclusively access the most popular releases and rare and game-worn grails, along with the most sought-after streetwear and basketball memorabilia. Even more exciting? These “23 drops” will offer limited quantities of the hottest sneakers with prices all under market price, starting on Saturday, February 16.

It was all love with PJ Tucker at the NBA All Star Game  in Charlotte for the ebay x high snobiety Vault.

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eBay has also tapped key collectors in the sneaker community and influential tastemakers to sell the most sought-after styles, including NBA player P.J. Tucker, sneakerhead Jacques Slade, artist Kickstradomis and stylist Aleali May, who have each curated special pieces from their personal collections to sell at eBay’s Sneaker Drop for charity, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Project Fit, an organization that creates new opportunities for kids to be active, fit and live a healthy lifestyle.

Highlights include:

  • P.J. Tucker: Nike Fear of Gods “Friends and Family,” autographed Nike Basketball Hyperdunk “PE,” signed P.J. Tucker #17 Houston Rockets “Official NBA game jersey,” and an autographed NBA Basketball signed by the entire Houston Rockets team
  • Jacques Slade: Jordan x Converse Pack, NIKE Air Jordan 5 Retro DB “DOERNBECHER,” NIKE Air Jordan 3 Retro OG “Black Cement”
  • Aleali May: 1-2 viotech Jordan, 102 Maya Moore, 2001 Air Jordan 1, 2006 Air Force 1 Low
  • Kickstradomis: Kickstradomis Custom Wes Matthews Nun Game-Worn shoes, Kickstradomis Custom Size 10 Jason Hyperdunks, Kickstradomis Custom “Ricky Rubio” autographed shoes

Additionally, a range of rare kicks from LA-based Sole Stage and one-of-one pairs will also hit the marketplace courtesy of Jordy Geller of ShoeZeum fame and Brooklyn sneakerhead Chad Jones, otherwise known as Sneaker Galactus. Top items include one of the most iconic basketball sneakers of all time: ShoeZeum’s six original Jordan 1’s, including the iconic colorways of Chicago, Bred, and Royals; and a portion of Jones’ $500K collection ranging from Player Exclusives from the likes of Chris Paul, Ray Allen and Dl to pairs that have never seen the court from LeBron James and Mike Bibby.