The Air Jordan 5 is one of the most recognizable Michael Jordan signatures, given the sneakers sturdy build, bulbous ankle collar, iconic puffy tongue and lace lock accessory. 

When it comes to the beloved Air Jordan silhouette, there's one particular pair that is far and away more valuable [in terms of dollar and cents, not sentimental value] than all of the rest. 

According to StockX, the premier sneaker selling marketplace, the T23 "Tokyo" Air Jordan 5 is the most expensive pair on the market; boasting an average deadstock price of $3,875. That tremendous price tag is well over $1,000 more than the most valuable Air Jordan 1, and over $2,000 more than the second most valuable Air Jordan 5- the "Premio" Bin 23.

Of course, there are some unreleased sample pairs like the "Oregon Ducks" Air Jordan 5 that can go for as much as $8,000 but when it comes to non-samples, the Tokyo joint reigns supreme. 

Also cracking the list of the Top-10 most valuable Air Jordan 5s are each of the Supreme x Air Jordan collabs, the rare "Quai 54" white colorway, and the exclusive "Doernbecher" pair which released in 2013. The only other rare pair that StockX does not currently have data on is the "Motorsports" 5s, which would definitely rank as one of the priciest pairs in existence as well. 

If you're an avid Air Jordan 5 collector looking to see how much your collection is worth, or if you're simply looking to get rid of some pairs for a little extra cash, check out each of the 10 most valuable Air Jordan 5s in the gallery above, and head over to StockX to see the full list/sell some of your stock.