The business experts over at Forbes present their latest video featuring Mark “Mayor” Farese's unbelievable $750,000 sneaker collection. With over 3,000 pairs, Mark counts some of the rarest Air Jordans on Earth as part of his collection, alongside perennial favorites like the Nike Air MAG and Air Yeezys. Although he hasn't actually sat down and done the math, he's able to pinpoint exactly how much certain sneakers are worth, such as the coveted Undefeated x Air Jordan 4 valued at $25,000, the most valuable shoe in his collection. Despite owning six figures worth of kicks, he doesn't consider himself a sneakerhead and instead prefers to be called a sneaker wearer, an increasingly rare feat in the ego-filled world of sneaker collecting.

Watch the video above and take a dive into the latest edition of Sneakerness Paris.

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