Collectible Sneakers & Sports Memorabilia at NYSStore

Collectible Sneakers & Sports Memorabilia To Be Sold at NYSStore eBay Site
For Auction at NYSStore
Collectible Sneakers & Sports Memorabilia

188 pairs of sneakers and 14 pieces of sports memorabilia will be added to the list of furniture, file cabinets, computer equipment, tools, and other government surplus items usually sold by New York State on eBay.

Among the sneakers and memorabilia to be sold are:

  • Nike Air Jordan 
  • LeBron James shoes
  • Upper Deck-authenticated Michael Jordan jerseys from the Bulls and the University of North Carolina
  • Artwork, photographs, balls, and jerseys, both signed and unsigned

In addition to Jordan enthusiasts, fans of Stephon Marbury, Jason Kidd, Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, Joe Torre, Scott Eyre, Mike Schmidt, Mark McGwire, and Vinny Testaverde will also want to visit the eBay site as new items get posted each week.

Condition and Inspection

All items are being sold as-is, and bidders are encouraged to inspect items for sale before bidding as it is not uncommon to find counterfeits in the sneaker marketplace. For the seized sneakers and sports memorabilia, arrangements to inspect the items at an OGS facility in the Capital Region can be made by contacting OGS State Surplus by phone at (518) 457-6335 or email at [email protected].

NIKE, Inc. is not affiliated, nor is it sponsoring the sale of the sneakers on the eBay site.


Successful bidders are required to submit full payment within two business days of the bid award. All payments must be made with a major credit card through a secure online payment portal. A link to the portal will be sent to the email address that the winning bidder has on file with eBay.

Shipping and Pickup

For the seized sneakers and sports memorabilia only, OGS is making an exception to its no packing and no shipping policy and will provide information on shipping to winning bidders.

Otherwise, items must be picked up within 10 business days after receiving a notice of award. Winning bidders should call the contact person listed on their receipt at least 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment for pickup.

COVID-19 protocols are in effect. Face coverings must be worn when picking up or inspecting items, and in-person payments will not be accepted.