The Converse Fastbreak Mid that Michael Jordan laced up for the 1984 Olympic gold medal game against Spain sold for $190,373 at auction over the weekend, setting a new world record.

The previous record was for an autographed, game-worn pair of MJ's "Flu Game" Air Jordan 12s which sold for $104,765.

The kicks, which were reportedly obtained by a ballboy, are believed to be the last sneakers worn by Jordan before turning pro.

Jordan Brand will be commemorating Jordan's Converse-wearing days later this month with a special edition pack that includes an Air Jordan 2 and a Converse Fastbreak Mid featuring a UNC colorway.

Check out the upcoming Air Jordan x Converse pack here, and take a look at the $190,373 Converses below.