June 4, 2013 BY John Kim / 16
Josh Childress a sneakerhead? No doubt. The NBA baller and avid surfer of Niketalk is a definite hoarder of all things leather and laces, and while in the middle of moving, he decided to give us a peek of his well-arranged sneaker collection through his Vine account. There are apparently more than 800 pairs in this stash, with a heavy focus on Air Jordans as seen in the numerous Retro boxes, but he’s got that Container Store game on lock too. Check out the video below and let us know if you think Josh has the largest sneaker collection amongst pro athletes!
Only counted 686 pairs from the video provided hopefully he has another stash to make up for the 800 pairs as listed
Great collection, A lot of hate for some reason! I sold him a few pairs my self, thats what my room used to look like except just straight sneaker boxes. He is actually a nice guy, I sold him some Jordans and Pippens, I bet that 17 suitcase suitcase sitting there on top used to be mine. You guys should be congratulating him on a nice collection rather than trying to bring him down. We would all have the same thing if we worked hard and got paid like him.
Cool but this is ignorant... no one person is gonna wear all these shoes, itll take about 3 years. you cant possibly genuinely like all those kicks. This is proof that he just has it just to have it
Dope, but no surprise I wonder what happens when your rich. It would be cool if he also realized that there are people who dont even have one pair of shoes. So I mean 800?
Would be impressed if someone that wasn't a millionaire had that many. Not a challenge for a person that has no worries about money.
Of course an NBA player who makes thousands or even millions of dollars could buy millions of pair of shoes hahahaha...
@TobiasGates hater much?
@TobiasGates OK great, dude! Give your pairs to Ethiopians. ;-)
@Staxx13 lol 365 pairs is "not many shoes"
Get real XD clown
@Da_Real_Big_Infinite I agree, since he is a professional athlete, having that many pairs of sneakers would be inevitable. We would be doing the very same thing, mark my words.