The Best Sneakerhead Athletes In Every Sport

A lot of athletes are just like us when it comes to their affinity and obsession for sneakers and we single out the best sneakerhead across a number of different sports. One thing is definitely certain though when you're a professional athlete and have a love for sneakers; you can pretty much get your hands on whatever you want either through sponsorship or simply by having plenty of stacks in the bank. You can never be mad about being blessed though and it's always fun to see others share the same passion and love for sneakers as you do!

Floyd Mayweather

Sport: Boxing

We know that boxing doesn’t get the shine it used to, but we’ll never stop admiring the sport for the pure athleticism it requires, as well as the outlandish personalities it attracts. And who better fits that bill than “Money” Mayweather? Seriously, aside from being possibly the greatest pound-for-pound fighter to ever step in the ring, the guy tows the line between heel and superstar so well, we’re not even sure he knows where he stands anymore. And of course, with the level of success that Mayweather has achieved, the dude is just ballin’ out of control. We’ve all heard about his private jets (yes, plural) or his multi-million dollar gambling stints, but it’s also been said that he never wears the same pair of shoes twice, and that he simply leaves his shoes in his hotel room when he checks out. Damn, that’s a baller-move. On top of that, it’s not just Js and Nike’s that Money is leaving behind. Just check out the stack of boxes in this guy’s closet…crazy.

Marco Materazzi

Sport: Soccer (Currently Player-Manager, Chennaiyin FC)

Marco Materazzi might be best known to casual soccer fans as the dude Zinedine Zidane head-butted in the 2006 World Cup Final. But Materazzi was a star defender for Italy and a fixture on the national team in the 2000s and his career in Italian soccer dates all the way back to the early ’90s. For sneaker fans though, you might be familiar with Materazzi’s name based on the Nike Tiempo ’94 Mid “Materazzi” Collection that released earlier this year featuring three colorways inspired by classic OG Jordan I colorways. It’s no secret that Materazzi has been a huge MJ fan for a long time, even boasting Jordan tattoos. If you need any further proof of Materazzi’s allegiance to sneakers just plan a visit to Space 23, which is Materazzi’s sneaker shop he owns located in Milan.

Nate Robinson

Sport: Basketball (NBA)

To be honest, it’s a real challenge to pick out the NBA’s biggest sneakerhead. Of course, it’s always subjective, but from Jarret Jack’s alleged 1,500 pair collection, to Derrick Williams throwing down in some crazy low-key heat, or dudes like Ray Allen and Joe Johnson ballin’ out in special one-off Jordan PEs, the NBA’s got a lot of truly dedicated sneakerheads. However, we’re selecting Nate Robinson as the cream of the sneakerhead crop in the NBA. Seriously, you should see this guy’s stash. While a lot of players are blessed with that coveted Jordan Brand contract, Nate has been a guy to go out and get the shoes on his own to build up his stash. You always have to respect the hunt and personal attention paid to one’s passion.

Eric Koston

Sport: Skateboarding

With pro skaters, a signature sneaker is just a part of the game for the elite performers. That is to say, a bunch of pro skaters fall into the sneakerhead category. From Chaz Ortiz to Paul Rodriguez (guess being Nike SB’s first signature athlete has it’s perks), skating has no shortage of big sneaker guys. But we’re going to tip our cap to the OG Eric Koston. Not only has Koston been doing it better and longer than most everyone else in the game, he’s also been the Kobe Bryant of the skate shoe game. Jumping from brand to brand, with dope shoes along the way (some even inspired by Jordans), he eventually landed at Nike where his kicks have become one of the flagships of their division. On top of all that, Koston has a pretty huge non-skate-sneaker stash himself (WATCH HERE). And, as a big golfer in his spare time, he even had Nike design him multiple pairs of golf shoes modeled after his skate signature! We wanna be Eric Koston when we grow up.

Victor Cruz

Sport: Football (NFL)

Between basketball and football, it’s tough to say which sport has more sneakerheads. But let’s just call it a draw, because there is a lot to choose from. But we’re going to go with our man Victor Cruz as the top sneakerhead in the NFL. Aside from being one of the more stylish guys in the league, TeamVic’s sneaker arsenal is amazing. Full of crazy limited Kith drops, as well as high-end neck-breakers and friends-and-family Jordans, Cruz’s stash is truly impressive. Beating out guys like JB athletes Earl Thomas, or hardcore Nike heads like Joe Haden and Marcus Gilchrest, is no small feat. #TEAMVIC

Epiphanny Prince

Sport: Basketball (WNBA)

Let’s show the ladies some love here too. Anyone with a female significant other knows; the ladies love their shoes (insert mandatory “women be shopping” joke here). But in all seriousness, some of the ladies from the WNBA have been showin’ out with their kicks on social media lately. While JB flagship athlete Maya Moore is a natural choice, we’re actually going to dub the Chicago Sky’s Epiphanny Prince the top sneakerhead in the WNBA. Seriously, she’s got game. While Maya now has more dope Jordan PEs than she can probably count, Prince has all kinds of treasures stacked up within her envious sneaker wall, from Nike Basketball PEs to retro Jordans for days.

Keegan Bradley

Sport: Golf (PGA)

Keegan Bradley actually has a bit of an unfair advantage in the sneaker game. Not only are sneakerheads not particularly prevalent in a country club sport like golf, but Keegan is Jordan’s neighbor and golf buddy. So, while he’s only recently been named an official JB athlete, Bradely’s been throwing down ridiculous heat on and off the course for a few years now. He does have the best plug around and it’s quite obvious he is a big sneaker fan all around…especially when it comes to the Js!

Blake Wheeler

Sport: Hockey (NHL)

While NHL players might not be known as the most stylish gentlemen in professional sports, there are a few sneakerheads skating around out there. Two that instantly come to mind though are Blake Wheeler from the Winnipeg Jets and Scottie Upshall of the Florida Panthers. But, we’re going to give the nod to Wheeler as the biggest sneakerhead in the NHL. What we like about Blake’s game is that it’s not all Jordans and Nikes. Though there are plenty of those (and doubles for the little one too), Wheeler’s stash goes deeper than that with a range of Asics and New Balance’s…and that’s what we like to see!

Nigel Sylvester

Sport: BMX

Style and substance. Not only is Nigel Sylvester one of the best BMX riders out there, he’s also one of the most stylish. And as a big sneaker guy, he’s in good favor with us. From his excellent S.O.M.P. SB collab (his JBF Customs versions are also worthy of numerous flame emojis), to his nice stash of Nike hoops, Air Max and SBs, all the way to friends and family kicks like the 112 LeBron 8s, Nigel certainly has his footwear in order.

Roger Federer

Sport: Tennis (ATP)

While you might not consider tennis players like Roger Federer big names in the sneaker world, you should really reconsider. Not only does Roger have a pretty impressive stash of his own, like those always-dope Yeezys, but he’s been putting it down for Nike for a long time now. His Vapor signature line has some seriously underrated silhouettes. And that’s before this year’s heart-breaking white/cement Air Jordan III-inspired colorway. We say heart-breaking because, obviously, we struck out hard on that one.

Shane Victorino

Sport: Baseball (MLB)

Playing a big-four American sport with no salary cap certainly has it’s benefits. Because of that, it’s no surprise MLB players are kings of disposable income. Just look at some of MLB’s biggest sneakerheads? CC Sabathia and Jimmy Rollins have got all the super-crazy PEs, and Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie even has a sneaker vault (seriously, it’s a damn bank vault in his house filled with sneakers). Victorino and Guthrie are really 1 and 1A, but we’re going to give the nod to Shane. Not only does the Flyin’ Hawaiian have the latest-and-greatest and the super-limited, what maybe separates him a little and shows his true passion for kicks is he’s gotten heavy into the customization game. Just take a look at some of the recent customs he’s had done. White ostrich leather Yeezys? Check. Hand deliveries from Mache himself? Check. Victorino’s sneaker game is thick!

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25 Awesome Magazine Shoots Featuring Jordans

Shane Victorino

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 3 White/Black-Infrared 23
Magazine: Golf Digest
Year: July 2014

Though not an official member of Team Jordan (yet), pro golfer Keegan Bradley is MJ’s neighbor, golf buddy and “friend of the brand.” This much has been evidenced in recent months with Bradley stunting on Instagram with crazy PEs. Here he is on the cover of July 2014’s Golf Digest rocking some “Infrared 23″ IIIs.

Eminem

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 4 ‘Fire Red’
Magazine: Sole Collector
Year: 2009 (Issue 28)

A lot of new sneakerheads might sleep on Slim Shady’s footwear collection. But slow down, because Em has crazy heat! Like the classic ‘Fire Red’ Air Jordan IVs he sported on the cover of Sole Collector’s 28th issue.

Michael Jordan

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 7 “Hare”
Magazine: GQ
Year: February 2011

We love this cover of February 2011’s GQ magazine. In it’s feature of the 25 coolest athletes of all time, MJ took the cover with a throwback shot from 1992, where he was rocking the always perfect “Hare” Air Jordan VII.

2012 Kentucky Wildcats

Jordans in shoot: Jordan 10 “Old Royal” and Jordan 13 “Flint”
Magazine: ESPN The Magaine
Year: March 2012

As evidenced by the cover of a March 2012 ESPN the Magazine issue (oh, and their National Title), the Kentucky Wildcats had a ridiculous basketball team. Just peep the footwear of Davis, Jones and MKG. Nice work, gentlemen.

Blake Griffin

Jordan in shoot: Jordan I Retro High OG “Black Toe”
Magazine: ESPN The Magazine
Year: May 2013

As a flagship Jordan Brand athlete, Blake Griffin has his pick of whatever Js he wants. For the cover of the May 2013 ESPN The Magazine BG went with a classic: the Air Jordan I “Black Toe.”

Michael Jordan

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 4 Black/Cement
Magazine: GQ
Year: March 1989

Sure, Jordans are all the rage in fashion today, but this is awesome because it shows how far back the Air Jordan line’s influence on the fashion world goes. March 1989’s GQ magazine was MJ’s first cover for the mag, and – in the feature – he was of course rocking the latest and greatest Jordan of the moment: the iconic Black/Cement Air Jordan IV.

Tinker Hatfield

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 4 “Oregon Ducks” Black
Magazine: Sole Collector
Year: 2013 (Issue 42)

We love Sole Collector’s inspiring sneaker reporting and awesome covers, and their Issue 42 feature on design legend Tinker Hatfield is no exception. Although we are a little salty about this one, because Tinker is showcasing the amazing “Oregon Ducks” Air Jordan IVs…the ones that never released to the public. Come on JB!

Usher

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 11 ‘Gold’
Magazine: Nylon
Year: July 2014

Speaking of getting salty, here is Usher Raymond just crushing your sneaker collection in these thus-far-unreleased all-gold Air Jordan XIs. Come on MAN!

Jabari Parker

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 12 “Playoffs”
Magazine: Sports Illustrated
Year: May 2012

We’ve all been watching Chicago phenom Jabari Parker’s ascendance to the NBA. And with his recent addition to Team Jordan, it’s clear JB has been too. But Parker has been rocking Js since his not-too-distance high school days. Here he is in the May 2012 issue of SI, rocking the always excellent “Playoff” Air Jordan XII.

Chris Paul

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 7 “Bordeaux”
Magazine: ESPN The Magazine
Year: February 2014

Chris Paul has more fire Air Jordans than even the most seasoned collector. But for the cover shoot of the February 2014 ESPN The Magazine, he went with our favorite Air Jordan VII, the fantastic “Bordeaux” colorway. Can’t go wrong with that!

Jay Z

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 4 “Mars Blackmon”
Magazine: XXL
Year: December 2006

This one is a bit of a throwback. Here is Jay Z in the December ’06 issue of XXL rocking the dope “Mars” Air Jordan IVs. Hova’s always got classics.

Michael Jordan

Jordan in shoot: Jordan I High Black/Red
Magazine: KICKS by SLAM
Year: August 2007

Produced by SLAM magazine, KICKS could have gone with any sneaker photo they wanted for their 10th anniversary issue. But, as it usually does for us; it always comes back to the black/red Air Jordan I. Perhaps the most important basketball shoe of all time.

Keegan Bradley

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 3 White/Black-Infrared 23
Magazine: Golf Digest
Year: July 2014

Though not an official member of Team Jordan (yet), pro golfer Keegan Bradley is MJ’s neighbor, golf buddy and “friend of the brand.” This much has been evidenced in recent months with Bradley stunting on Instagram with crazy PEs. Here he is on the cover of July 2014’s Golf Digest rocking some “Infrared 23″ IIIs.

Anthony Davis

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 10 “Old Royal”
Magazine: Sports Illustrated
Year: March 2012

One cover in March of 2012 wasn’t enough for Ant Davis, he was also caught on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s March Madness preview. And again, he was seen rocking his apparent favorite Air Jordan X, the clean ‘Old Royal’ iteration.

Carmelo Anthony

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 4 “Toro”
Magazine: SLAM
Year: November 2012

Carmelo Anthony has been spotted in Jordans in so many places it’s hard to keep track. But we were paying attention in November of 2012, when he was featured in SLAM Magazine wearing some amazing all-red Air Jordan IVs. Now, this was a full year and a half before we had a look at the Air Jordan IV “Toro,” so you can bet we were hyped.

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Michael Jordan

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 13 “Playoffs”
Magazine: SLAM
Year: August 1998

MJ has too many magazine covers to count, but this one from August 1998’s SLAM Magazine stood out because of those dope “Playoff” XIIIs.

Nate Robinson

Jordans in shoot: Too many!
Magazine: ESPN The Magazine
Year: April 2013

If you’ve been paying attention in recent years, you know Nate Robinson’s got some crazy sneaker game. And back in April 2013’s issue of ESPN The Magazine, Nate’s collection was featured in detail. At the time, he said he’s got over 150 pairs of Jordans alone and, in the banner image, you best believe Nate came correct. Bin 23 Vs FTW!

Victor Cruz

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 9 “Crawfish” or “Bentley Ellis”
Magazine: Glamour
Year: February 2013

If you didn’t already know, Giants receiving stud Victor Cruz stays rocking heat. Here he is in February 2013’s issue of Glamour (yes, Glamour) Magazine rocking them Js. We’re a huge fan of the “Bentley Ellis” IX.

Michael Jordan / Spike Lee

Jordans in shoot: Jordan 3 Black/Cement and Jordan 3 White/Cement
Magazine: Various (Ad)
Year: 1988

How could we not throw in one of the most iconic sneaker ad shoots of all time? The Best on Earth? Best on Mars? Best in print, period.

Kid Cudi

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 7 “60+ Pack”
Magazine: GQ
Year: November 2009

Before rising to the upper echelons of the rap game, Drake, Wale and Kid Cudi were still being featured in countless “upcoming superstars” features like this one from November 2009’s GQ. And even if Wale’s rocking some fire, Cudi takes the footwear win here with the VIIs from the “60+ Pack.”

Michael Jordan

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 3 ‘Fire Red’
Magazine: Sports Illustrated for Kids
Year: January 1989

Okay, so it’s actually Wednesday, but you could use this one for your #ThrowbackThursday. We actually forgot that SI runs a special kids version of their publication, but our research reminded us of this awesome 1989 cover with MJ rocking the ‘Fire Red’ IIIs.

Kevin Hart

Jordan in shoot: Jordan I Black/Red (modified for comedic purposes)
Magazine: GQ
Year: May 2014

We love this one. Kevin Hart is the man…even if he isn’t as tall as most of them. Here he is in the May 2014 issue of GQ magazine goofing around in some, uh hum, modified black/red Air Jordan Is.

DJ Khaled & Ace Hood

Jordans in shoot: Jordan 3 White/Cement and Jordan 12 “Taxi”
Magazine: The Source
Year: June-July 2013

Sure, catching Khaled in some Js is a common occurrence. But we love the simple colorways featured on the cover of this June/July 2013 issue of The Source. Also, extra credit points to Ace Hood with the “Taxi” XIIs.

Michael Jordan

Jordans in shoot: Jordan 7 “Hare” and Jordan 7 “Bordeaux”
Magazine: Sports Illustrated for Kids
Year: May 1992

Another issue of SI Kids with MJ on the cover, this time in May 1992, with him rocking even more heat. Even if he’s getting dunked on by a girl with the same shoes as he’s got on, His Airness was still looking proper in those “Hare” Jordan VIIs.

Jabari Parker & James Michael Macadoo

Jordans in shoot: Jordan 11 ‘Concord’ and Jordan 3 White/Cement
Magazine: Sports Illustrated
Year: November 2013

Back in May 2012 wasn’t the only time Jabari Parker has been on the cover of SI rocking Js. Here he is again, in Novemer 2013, alongside UNC’s James Michael McAdoo, rocking some straight fire.

Drake

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 3 ‘True Blue’
Magazine: NME Magazine
Year: April 2012

Before officially becoming a member of Team Jordan in December of 2013, Drake could always be regularly seen rocking Js. This particular pic of Drake rocking the ‘True Blue’ Jordan 3s actually comes from the outtakes of his shoot with the British mag.

Kid Cudi

Jordan in shoot: Jordan 3 ‘True Blue’
Magazine: Complex
Year: August/September 2009

Featuring dope illustrations from graffiti artist AUGOR added to the shoot after the fact, Kid Cudi broke out the ‘True Blue’ Jordan IIIs as just one of his footwear selections for his cover feature with Complex Magazine back in 2009.

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15 Unexpected Jordan Heads

Kid Cudi

According to Jordan Brand’s website, Keegan Bradley isn’t an official JB athlete. But according to Keegan Bradley’s Instagram feed, and if you’ve been watching him in tourneys this year, you might think otherwise. Likely a “friend” of the brand, Bradley is actually one of MJ’s neighbors and golf buddies. Which might explain why he’s got the most banging golf shoes ever. We need those Pantone XIs for real!

Chi McBride

Depending on your age or, more specifically, what kind of TV shows and movies you watch, you may not know exactly who Chi McBride actually is. But trust, unless your Insta handle is Dependable Jay, his collection is better than yours (and maybe not even then!). A longtime friend of His Airness himself, McBride may be one of the most overlooked Jordan Heads out there. Whether it be crazy 1-of-1s, or PE-only Oregon Ducks releases…or even the coveted Air Jordan IV “Encore”, McBride’s already got his.

Mark Walhberg

Mark Walhberg isn’t exactly the first name you’d associate with an elite athletics brand like Jordan, but the pictures don’t lie: Marky Mark got that heat! Recently spotted taking MJ out to lunch in LA, Walhberg joked that he picked up the check because of all the alley oops MJ stays throwing him. Must be nice!

Jonathan Cheban

You might be asking yourself, “Who is this guy?” Jonathan Cheban is a successful public relations consultant, most recognizable for his high-profile friendship with Mrs. Yeezy herself, Kim Kardashian. And, while he might be a PR whiz, as it turns out, he’s got quite the eye for some clean Jordans too.

Hulk Hogan

Everyone’s on that Jordan wave nowadays, even the Hulkster. Well let me tell you something brother, if you ain’t got those dope Jays like the Hulkamaniac, you’re sleeping my friend! At the end of the day, just remember to “Say Your Prayers and Take Your Vitamins.”

Lily Allen

British songstress Lily Allen is one of the more unexpected entries on our list, but her Jordan heat is proper. More than just the latest and greatest from JB, she’s got some pretty solid older stuff as well. We’re particularly fond of the Air Jordan IV Linens…that’s a good look Ms. Allen.

Jerry Seinfeld

We’re all likely familiar with the ridiculous amount of low-key Nike heat Jerry Seinfeld rocked on set of his hit television show. But whomever did the costumes for the show definitely had an eye for Air Jordans as well. Partial to the Air Jordan V and VI, Seinfeld had some awesome OG Jays.

Larry David

Speaking of Seinfeld…we must admit, prior to our research we had no idea Larry David had that heat! Okay, so he may only have that one pair of Infrared VIs, but looking through old on-set photos, he rocked them often. Prettayy, pretaayyy, prettayyyy nice Mr. David.

Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran may be a relatively new face to US music fans, but his Jordan game is on point. Apparently quite fond of the Air Jordan III and V silhouettes, Sheeran’s got some dope kicks.

John Mayer

Regardless of what you may think of John Mayer or his music, you must admit…the man’s sneaker game is on point. Most recently he’s been seen on that rare trainers or high-end Visvim-type wave. But looking through the archives, dude has some pretty sweet Jordans too.

Chumlee

Who? Austin “Chumlee” Russell is one of the stars of History Channel’s Pawn Stars. And apparently, in addition to copping all kinds of rare antiquities, he’s quite a sneakerhead as well. While most of his Jordan heat appears to be IIIs and IVs, he’s also got some dope Vs, like the rare Quai 54s…dope.

Jake Gyllenhaal

Another one that truly surprised us during the course of research, Jake Gyllenhaal’s got some awesome Jordans. Perhaps most famously, Donnie Darko was caught in what might be the sneaker photo of the year, sitting courtside with Jay and Bey in those fantastic 5Lab3s with Hov lookin mad as hell. Awesome Hov-face aside, he’s also shown an affinity for the classic Air Jordan I, and we ain’t mad at that.

Jessica Biel

The sexiest addition to our list is also one of our most unexpected. We know her husband, Justin Timberlake has got that Jordan plug on deck, and it looks like Mrs. Timberlake is reaping those benefits as well. We’re loving those Wolf Grey Spizikes.

Scott Disick

Scott Disick may not be everyone’s favorite celebrity, but the Keeping Up With the Kardashians ‘star’ has been spotted rocking some heat in recent years. Perhaps hanging around with Kanye has rubbed off a bit, but Lord Disick’s sneaker game has been on point lately. Yeezy taught him!

Jason Sudeikis

Okay, so if you frequent Celebrity Sneaker Stalker, or any number of similar posts, you’ve likely seen Jason Sudeikis on numerous lists. But we’ve added him here for two reasons. First off, in our eyes, he’s the definition of an unexpected Jordan head. And secondly, the range and quality of the Jordans he’s spotted in shows he’s a true fan, not just someone looking for the hottest new drops. Not to mention we have an excuse to post a photo of his fiance Olivia Wilde…okay, THREE reasons.

Keegan Bradley

According to Jordan Brand’s website, Keegan Bradley isn’t an official JB athlete. But according to Keegan Bradley’s Instagram feed, and if you’ve been watching him in tourneys this year, you might think otherwise. Likely a “friend” of the brand, Bradley is actually one of MJ’s neighbors and golf buddies. Which might explain why he’s got the most banging golf shoes ever. We need those Pantone XIs for real!

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