Damon Dash is Auctioning Off His Entire Sneaker Collection

By Staff  |  09/23/2017

Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash isn't exactly known as a sneakerhead, but over the years he's amassed quite the collection of sneakers. Collecting for over a decade, his collection appeared in the classic 2005 documentary Just For Kicks, where he revealed his obsession with sneakers.

With that said, the hip-hop legend has decided to let his sneaker collection go, putting it up for auction on eBay via the Shoezeum shop.

Dame's collection boasts several hundred pairs, including grails such as the Nike SB Dunk Low Supreme, Nike SB Dunk Low Heineken, Nike x Undefeated Dunk High, Nike Air Force 1 Roc-A-Fella, Roc-A-Fella 35th Anniversary Adidas Superstars, sample Air Force 2 sneakers and many more.

The shoes are being auctioned off individually, most ranging in size from 9.5 to 10.5. Many are in either deadstock or lightly worn condition.

Additionally, Dame is selling off a number of Roc-A-Fella memorabilia pieces, such as platinum plaques from Kanye West, Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel and other Roc artists; and rare famed photos of Muhammed Ali, Elvis Presley and movie posters. One of the highlights is a framed gold record for Jay-Z's classic debut, Reasonable Doubt, which is currently at over $65,000 USD, as of press time.

If interested, you can check out Dame Dash's eBay auction here.