DJ AM Sneaker Line Put on Hold

Celebuzz | September 4, 2009 - 9:00 am

DJ AM won’t be getting his kicks from Nike anytime soon.

TMZ reports that the sporting-apparel company has put off plans to issue a limited-edition line of Nike Dunks designed by the DJ, who was found dead in his New York apartment last Friday of a suspected drug overdose.

Apparently, DJ AM—real name Adam Goldstein—had been working with the company for months on the line, which were to be emblazoned with his logo. Goldstein was a well-known sneaker fanatic who owned approximately 700 pairs of Nikes.

Let us know in the comments section: Is this a smart move, or would a line of DJ AM signature Nikes be a fitting tribute? Would you buy a pair of DJ AM Nike Dunks?