A complete set of Michael Jordan championship Air Jordan sneakers, worn by Jordan during the clinching victory in each of his six NBA titles and six NBA Finals MVPs, sold for $8,032,800 — a global auction record for game-worn sneakers, auction house Sotheby’s said Friday.

“The Dynasty Collection,” represents the second-highest sum netted for Jordan memorabilia, behind the $10.1 million jersey worn in Game One of the 1998 “Last Dance” Finals. A pair of sneakers worn in Game Two of that Finals sold for $2,238,000 last April, at that time the most ever paid for a pair of sneakers.

The set consists of Air Jordan VI (1991), Air Jordan VII (1992), Air Jordan VIII (1993), Air Jordan XI (1996), Air Jordan XII (1997), and Air Jordan XIV (1998). The Air Jordan VI, VIII, XI and XII sneakers are autographed by Jordan as well.

After each of Jordan’s six titles and Finals MVPs, he was photographed with only one shoe on; Jordan had granted Bulls PR executive Tim Hallam his wish of having one of MJ’s shoes if they won that first championship. Jordan, ever superstitious, honored what became a tradition five more times.