Collecting is part of our ethos here at size?, and our staff members have got some of the most cracking collections we’ve seen – if we may say so ourselves.
We’ve already showcased what our content photographer James Measom has stashed away, and now it’s time for us to introduce you to Prath Potnis’ hoard.
A sales assistant at size? Manchester, Prath’s Nike-heavy collection is teeming with beauties. Don’t just take our word for it, keep scrolling and take a look for yourselves…
Nike x Sean Wotherspoon Air Max 1/97 – 2018
Nike Air Max 90 “New York Strawbery Cheesecake” – 2015
Speaking about the Nike x Sean Wotherspoon collaboration, Prath had to say, “This hybrid had never been done before, the details and colourway make them a future classic, couldn’t help but pick up the toddler version too.”
He’s also got quite the sweet tooth, “Strawberry cheesecake is my favourite dessert, so to have that on one of my favourite Air Max silhouettes was a must-buy for me.”
Nike Air Jordan 6 ‘Infrared’ – 2010
Nike x Kaws Air Jordan 4 – 2017
“10 years on from when I picked them up and they’re still going strong.”
A grail for many Jordan collectors out there, we’re truly envious that Prath has the Nike x Kaws Air Jordan 4 in his collection.
“A unique collaboration with the well-known artist Kaws, the level of detail on the shoe is extraordinary. All the way from the patterned grey suede to the glow in the dark sole – it’s definitely one of the highlights of my collection.”
Nike Air Max 1 Master – 2017
Nike Air Max 1 London Underground Roundel – 2013
It’s clear Prath is a huge Air Max fan, and the two pairs above are some of the more funky Air Max 1 silhouettes out there.
“Crafted for the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Max 1 the ‘Master’ features some of the best and most sought after Air Max 1’s to date. Air Max 1s are my favourite Nike silhouette, so I just had to have these as I could never obtain the individual shoes which are represented on this pair.”
“The London Underground may not a pair for everyone, but it has a unique colourway inspired by the seats on the London Underground. It’s something that has never been done before and it just stood out to me.”
Keep checking back on the size blog to see what other silhouette’s our staff are hoarding…