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Television and movies have become so ingrained in our culture over the last few decades that it seems like some fictional characters seem real. They”™re so cool we wish could hang out with them in real life, and we all know one of the coolest marks a guy can have is a dope shoe game. Point in case is the shoe game of some of the fictional characters on this list. Each one has his own individual style, but each one of them more than earns the title of sneakerhead.

Will Smith: The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

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Arguably the coolest character on TV in the ’90s. What”™s not even worth an argument is whether or not he had the illest fictional shoe game. Will rocked everything from Js to Air Maxes to Pennys and made every single one of them look too cool.

Jerry Seinfeld: Seinfeld

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Jerry Seinfeld was a part of the greatest television sitcoms ever. We were so into the comedy of the shoe that we overlooked just how nice is shoe game was. On a second glance you see he was the king of Nike runners sporting a fresh pair every episode, while also occasionally throwing in a pair of Js.

Mars Blackmon: Various

Undoubtedly one of the most recognizable fictional sneakerheads ever, Mars Blackmon was an integral part of early Air Jordan marketing. He was rewarded years later with the Spizikes.

Forrest Gump: Forrest Gump


People may have questioned whether Forrest was a true sneakerhead, but his love for running was legendary and the way he donned the Nike Cortez gets him a place on this list without any hesitation.

Jesus Shuttlesworth: He Got Game

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Foamposite Pro”™s, Air Max Uptempo “˜97″™s, Total Max Uptempo”™s. Is there any real reason to wonder why Jesus Shuttlesworth should be on this list?

Marty McFly: Back to the Future


Michael J. Fox had the illest shoes ever in Back to the Future, but sadly they were fictional just like his character Marty McFly. Luckily, after a few decades of lustful waiting real sneakerheads were able to cop the Nike Air MAG when they were released in 2011.

 Jeff Spicoli: Fast Times At Ridgemont High

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Sean Penn”™s classic role as everyone”™s favorite stoner dude single-handedly helped start a new generation of sneakerheads loving Vans slip-ons.

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