Coltrane Curtis To Sell His Sneaker Collection For $40,000

There comes a point in a sneakerhead’s life in which you have to hang it up for good, to go out on top like Michael did in ’98. Coltrane Curtis, long-time sneakerhead, influencer of style, and creative director of Team Epiphany, has come to grips with the fact that he’s laced his last pair of kicks (in order to make room for his latest pick-up, a newborn child). For $40,000, you can own Coltrane’s massive 1,200-pair collection, which includes some rare gems like a pair of Nikes signed by the Fresh Prince (aka Will Smith). This lot of kicks is reserved for “…celebrities, real-rappers, and weight-movers ONLY…”, so if you fall into that demographic, hit up Coltrane on Twitter and talk business! (And for those who don’t do math, $40,000/1200= $33.33 a pair) .via FRESHNESS.

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