Controversial tennis shoes withdrawn from sale by Nike because they featured an old version of the American flag are selling online for almost £2,000.
The Air Max 1 USA feature a version of the US flag with 13 white stars in a circle, representing the 13 original American colonies.
Known as the Betsy Ross flag, it has been used by white nationalist groups to represent a time when slavery was legal in the US.
On Monday, a Nike spokesperson said it had "chosen not to release the Air Max 1 Quick Strike Fourth of July as it featured an old version of the American flag".
The shoes were going on sale to mark Independence Day on 4 July. After they were pulled from the shelves, the few people who managed to get a pair took advantage by selling them online.
A pair on StockX was on sale for £136 on 25 June, but by Tuesday afternoon, the asking price was just short of £2,000.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Nike withdrew the shoe after Colin Kaepernick said he and others found the flag offensive.
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However, not everyone agreed with the former NFL quarterback.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey vowed to withdraw incentives for a new Nike factory in the state in retaliation for the shoemaker's "shameful retreat".
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