Prototype Nike running suit discovered in Oregon thrift store



2016-09-12 16:05:48

This is why you should always check out your local thrift stores for treasure.

A guy in Oregon found this prototype Nike running suit designed for Olympian runner Michael Johnson in a local store for $7.99, and now he's selling it for $25,000!

It's the test version of the suit Johnson wore in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, so god knows how it ended up in a thrift store when it should probably be in a museum somewhere.

So remember folks, it's worth delving into the piles of random stuff at your local store.

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