As Eric Koston celebrates the release of his latest Nike SB signature shoe this week, we're reminiscing with a tour of his sneaker-packed garage from 2011 courtesy of The Berrics.

From stacks upon stacks of his own SB sneakers to O.G. Jordans like the "Columbia" XIs and "College Blue" XVIIs (complete with their metal briefcase), it's clear that Koston has been doing this long before it became a trend. The skate legend also gets nostalgic looking back on his first eS sneakers, but the craziest pair in the whole clip has to be the unreleased "Finals" colorway of the Nike Zoom Soldier III.

As the story goes, LeBron James was supposed to wear this colorway during the 2009 NBA Finals, but there was one small problem—he never made it, as the Cavaliers were eliminated in the Eastern Conference Finals by the Orlando Magic. Because of this, Nike didn't formally release the sneaker, however a few pairs managed to avoid return to vendor status and actually made it out to the public. Today, they hover around the $300 mark on eBay.

Cop the Nike SB Koston 3 Hyperfeel today from nike.com for $150.