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This Is What a $75,000+ Sneaker Collection Looks Like

How one sneakerhead went from Payless to the proud owner of one of the coolest collections out there.

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Tzvi Twersky doesn't know exactly how many sneakers he owns, but he estimates it's in the three or four digits. Think about that for a second, and then consider that out of all of them, he wears only about 250. So how'd this former editor at Slam Magazine go from being a "Payless kid" to owning more Nikes, Adidas, Reeboks, and Yeezys than one person could possibly wear in a lifetime? It's a mix of supporting sneakerhead culture by purchasing them himself — plus gifting and discounts, of course.

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