Ever wanted to own 2.500 pairs of shoes? Of course not (well... some of you, maybe) but Jordan Michael Geller in Las Vegas does. He is now the record holder of the most pairs of shoes owned, according to the Guinness Book of Record. Starting from $300 dollars, Geller worked his way up to buying a pair that is $7,000!
Las Vegas has a fake Eiffel Tower and a fake Egyptian pyramid, but the Guinness Book of World Records recently confirmed that the city can now lay claim to a new and authentic world record: the world's largest collection of sneakers.
The record keepers at Guinness certified this month that Jordan Michael Geller's Shoezeum, a shrine to Nike that he says includes one of every model of Air Jordans ever made, holds the record with more than 2,500 pairs, all but eight of which are Nikes.