A Jordan Brand Employee Wore Nearly Every Single Foamposite In History

A Jordan Brand Employee Wore Nearly Every Single Foamposite In History

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A lot of our readers can relate to the never-ending obsession over one particular sneaker, and many of you probably have multiple colorways of that one shoe that you might call your favorite of all-time. A Jordan Brand employee has a thing for Foamposites it seems, and roughly two months ago he began a quest of wearing all of his wavy Foams consecutively while documenting them consistently on Instagram. He might not have every One or Pro in history, but the thirty-nine pairs he just rocked without interruption is one of the more impressive feats we’ve seen in this era of broadcasting daily wears on social media.

Scott, or @kingmajx, is obviously a Foamposite fiend; he finds the full-length Zoom Air extremely comfortable and calls its indestructible quality one of its greatest virtues (and yes, they’re tanks). So why embark on this streak? He was inspired by the “gallery” culture on Instagram and simply wanted to show his love for the shoe and more importantly, that he wears them regularly without keeping them housed in a box. His hunt is still on though – he needs a pair of the Tianjins and the OG “Voltage” Pros, so if you’ve got a size 13 on ice, hit him up. Check out some of the more impressive on-foot shots and follow him at @kingjmajix on Instagram.
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