This distressing news comes to us via eBay, where the left shoe of the pair is currently being auctioned off before time reduces it to fancy dust. As sneaker plastic is total garbage, the rubber and foam elements have deteriorated to the point where the sole is no longer attached to the fabric of the shoe, and the back heel is mostly crumbs "preserved in two small plastic containers."
If for some reason you're still interested, the auction concludes on Monday, July 2. We've got a few pointers, though. First, you have to be able to collect it from Portland, because the shoe is so unstable that relying on the postal service to safely transport it -- hell, safely transport anything -- is inadvisable. Second, the shoe has to be stored in a glass display case and handled with the sort of care normally reserved for prehistoric artifacts. Oh, and third, you're going to need over $90,000 the last time we checked.