Joe Joe Asked: "Ok so, I was just looking at your blogs and shit, and that shit is hilarious. I want to become a sneakerhead since I have such a huge interest in shoes and stuff so I have a few questions: Any advice for keeping shoes clean and not messed up? (For example, I want to clean the bottom part of my oreo 6's, the icy part, but I have no idea how), Where do you get your shoes from? And how many shoes do you own? I have a few more questions but I don't want to overwhelm you lmao. Thanks and advance man"
First off, Thanks alot for the props much appreciated. I would like to say, being a true sneakerhead is actually learning the history, learning about the shoes, it's not just buying a crapload of sneakers and that's it. I myself truly love being a part of the sneakerhead community, it's so rich with different qualities, I suggest doing a camp out and just being a part of that alone, talking to the other sneakerheads on the line is an amazing thing to be apart of. A great DVD to watch is a documentary called Just For Kicks, it'll give u some insight on the life of a sneakerhead.
I recently made a blog post on how to keep your shoes clean and it just so happened I used the Oreo VI's as an example you can peep that post here:
I can't say exactly where I get all my shoes from, I get them from all over, basically as early and as cheapest as possible. I never pay rape prices just to have a shoe early like some of these other fools out here, If I have to wait to pay cheaper I will, but I refuse to dish out $600 + shipping for the infrared pack, just to have it a month and half early, when the pack will cost $300..thats just retarded. I did make a post about some of the spots I do buy from you can check that out here:
As far as how many I own, not including the doubles, I'd have to say around 300-350