DJ AM’s Sneaker Collection To Be Sold In Charity Auction

Music

By: Vibe / November 13, 2009

Undefeated shoe stores and the Creative Visions organization have partnered with the DJ AM Memorial Fund for a charity auction, in which the late DJ’s vast sneaker collection will be auctioned off to the public to support a good cause.

From Nov. 15 until Dec. 14, 800 pairs of limited-edition shoes that DJ AM had collected over the years will be exclusively auctioned on eBay. All of the shoes were from AM’s private, personal collection.

According to the auction page, 100 percent of sales proceeds will go to the fund, which is committed to addressing issues of addiction and recovery.

To get your hands on some of the late great DJ’s kicks, head over to eBay.com, and bookmark the link.

DJ AM was a popular club DJ, who’s celebrity rose over the years in the music biz. Throughout his career, he worked with the likes of Papa Roach, Madonna, Will Smith, and Blink 182’s Travis Barker. He was also enlisted to DJ high profile celebrity parties on a regular basis.

In August, DJ AM was found dead in his New York apartment. His death was ruled an accidental, via drug overdose.