A Look Inside Steve Aoki's Sneaker Collection Worth Over $100K USD

In the very first episode of StockX TV.

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For the inaugural episode of our new series with StockX TV, we were fortunate enough to take a look inside the sneaker closet of one of EDM’s most popular figures — Steve Aoki. As well as going through some of his most prized sneakers such as custom adidas shoes and YEEZY BOOSTs, the series also features StockX founder, Josh Luber, going through the more analytical side of the footwear industry. From analyzing aftermarket prices of recent releases like the Air Jordan 1 “Royal,” Air Max 1 Master and KAWS x Air Jordan 4, to calculating the worth of hypothetical footwear collections, the show aims to provide an immersive look into sneaker culture and everything that surrounds it.

Check out the video above and stay tuned for more episodes to come.

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