Eminem is the latest guest to appear on Complex's Sneaker Shopping segment. In this episode, the rapper hit up Detroit's Burn Rubber store to discuss his previous sneaker collaborations and also hinted at upcoming releases.

Slim kicks off the episode by noting that he prefers to donate sneakers to charity instead of collecting. In conversation with presenter Joe Le Puma, the Detroit native talks about teaming up with StockX to reissue his Air Jordan IV "Encore" collab, which will see a limited release of just 23 pairs.

Reflecting on his previous collaborations, the rapper goes on to state that he's a fan of the adidas NMD, praising the shoe's comfort. Em also appears to be in support of reselling culture stating, "Get your hustle on, it's fine."

For more on his shopping experience, check out the video above. And in case you missed it, you can watch Scott Disick drop $15,000 on Sneakers below.

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