Elena Delle Donne needs more closet space dedicated to her massive shoe collection.
In an appearance on “Complex Closets, the two-time WNBA MVP discussed not having enough space for all of her sneakers in her home. “I don’t have big closets in my house, so my shoes are just kind of taking over the house,” said Delle Donne.
Delle Donne kicked off the show wearing her cozy-looking Nike Air Mocs before revealing her love for the “Space Jam” Air Joran XI.
The WNBA Champion talked about her obsession of hers is Virgil Abloh’s Off-White and Nike collaborations. According to Complex, her Off-White collection is worth almost $15,000.
Delle Donne took viewers back in time by showing her “podium shoes” – the “Volt” Free Flyknit in neon yellow — that she wore after winning a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. She admitted that said she would never wear them again but said they have a special place in her closet.
The Washington Mystics forward concluded the show by talking about her self-lacing and inclusive shoes — Nike Air Zoom UNVRS, which were inspired by her sister Lizzie, who was born with cerebral palsy and autism.
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I’m so proud of every last detail in this shoe even down to the box. This has been years in the making to get it right and truly make sure this is a shoe for all!The years of fittings and various testings by both Lizzie and I truly paid off #airzoomunvrs #flyease #nike #allgendersallabilitiesalloriginseveryone
The shoe, released in 2019, features the FlyEase system which allows for easy entry and exit of the foot.