Marlon Wayans might be known to some for his movie roles in the Scary Movie franchise and White Chicks in the early 2000s, but for plenty of his others he is most well-known for his recurring role in the television sitcom The Wayans Bros. from 1995 to 1999 in which he could be seen lacing up a ton of solid sneakers from episode to episode. Wayans recently gave fans a look at his extensive sneaker collection, including some pairs over 20 years old, on his official YouTube channel.
His sneaker room is home to many OG gems from the '90s like OG Reebok Questions from 1996, "Cherry" Air Jordan 13s from 1998, and "White Cement" Air Jordan 4 retros from 1999. Wayans also showed off some more obscure pairs like original colorways of the polarizing Nike Air Rift, an extensive selection of Pro-Keds, and a rarely seen Air Force 1 Low Supreme with a seamless red patent leather upper. The comedian mistook the latter pair for an official collaboration with streetwear giant Supreme. He also mistakenly referred to the almost identical Nike Air Python as the Air Jordan 2, but we're willing to give him a pass for the minor errors.
Take a look at Wayans' full sneaker room tour in the video player below.