StockX has become one of the most popular hubs for buying and selling sneakers, so it's only fitting that its CEO and co-founder, Josh Luber, has his very own arsenal of footwear grails. To make all sneakerheads jealous, we met up with Luber to take a closer at his insane personal collection of rare finds.

To kick things off, Luber shares his three favorite silhouettes: the Air Jordan 1, Air Tech Challenge 2, and the Air Max 97 BW, which he has seven pairs of. He also shows off a pair of Air Classics BW Stash that he copped through StockX --- no surprise there.

In his mind, the most underrated shoe in the collection is the limited edition adidas Century Low G3 Emilio Pucci, a rare collaboration that put a unique twist on the classic Stan Smith. The Pucci x adidas collab is very hard to find, but of course, Josh has two pairs. Are you getting jealous yet?

If not, Luber is also more than happy to show off his Anti Social Social Club x Buscemi slides, a pair of 2000 Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords, and many more. Watch the video above to check out his entire collection.

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