Sneaker martketplace StockX is partnering with top celebrities to offer rare — and in some cases, one-of-a-kind — sneakers straight from their personal collections, and it’s all for a great cause.
In response to Hurricane Harvey and Irma, StockX has launched a relief campaign spearheaded by Eminem with contributions from over a dozen more names including Karlie Kloss, Pharrell Williams and LeBron James.
Here’s how it works. Uses are able to place donations in $10 increments, and every donation is valid for one entry ticket for a sneaker. For instance, if you want to bid on Eminem’s Carhartt x Air Jordan 4 collaboration, you have the option of buying a single ticket for $10 or as many as 500 tickets at once for $5,000.
Contest winners will be notified by Sept. 26 at 5 p.m. ET. For more information, visit StockX.
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A total of 17 sneakers are currently available. Styles available are ranked below in order of donation amounts.
Eminem: Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan 4 with signed box
Pharrell Williams: Pharrell x Adidas Human Race NMD Friends and Family “Pink”
Virgil Abloh: Off-White x Nike Blazer
Karlie Kloss: Adidas Futurecraft 4D
LeBron James: Nike LeBron 9 “Watch the Throne”
Don C: Just Don x Air Jordan 2 “Beach” with signed box
Stadium Goods: Air Jordan “Do the Right Thing” set box signed by Spike Lee
Emily Oberg: Adidas NMD R1 Friends and Family “Pitch Black”
Jon Buscemi: Air Jordan 10 “Deerskin” sample
Mark Wahlberg: Jordan Formula 23 “Wahlburgers” sample with signed box
Stephen Curry: Under Armour Curry 3 Low Obama PE
2 Chainz: 2 Chainz x Ewing 33 High PE signed
Snoop Dogg: Adidas Superstar Friends and Family “Bush”
Steve Aoki: Two pairs of stage-worn and signed Adidas sneakers
DJ Skee: Nike Air Max 90 “Minnesota Vikings” signed
Russell Wilson: Nike Alpha Menace signed cleats
Gary Vaynerchuk: K-Swiss Classic 88 Horween Leather signed
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