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After showcasing Lil Yachty's sneaker collection, Complex is back with another episode of Complex Closets, this time venturing to California to meet up with pro skateboarder, Paul Rodriguez.

Having been a Nike SB athlete for years now, P-Rod of course has a slew of heat from the Swoosh, including a number of rare releases and some pairs that never even hit retail. For this installment, Rodriguez not only invites Joe La Puma into his house, but he also breaks open his storage unit to reveal more than 300 pairs of sneakers.

Highlights from Paul's collection include special iterations designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara and Futura, Reese Forbes "Denim" Dunks, Gino Iannucci Dunks, all-gold P-Rod 9s, and a pair of his own signature sneakers signed by Michael Jordan.

For a look at Paul Rodriguez's crazy footwear collection, press play above.

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In related news, Nike's new silhouette, the React Element 87, was Paris Fashion Week's must-cop sneaker.

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