A Colorado couple say their hobby as sneaker collectors makes them a perfect fit.
Inside Ken and Nicole Toledo's home in Lakewood are racks and racks of shoes.
Ken Toledo has 550 pairs of athletic shoes -- Adidas with Goodyear-like tread; silver Pumas that resemble an astronaut's boots; and camouflage-toed Nikes, the Denver Post reported.
Add to those the 350 pairs that belong to his wife.
"I don't think the relationship would work if my wife didn't have a thing for shoes, too," said 30-year-old Toledo, a manager at a metro-area shoe store.
Toledo says, he's not a "sneakerhead" -- shorthand for a shoe fanatic who collects every style and brand imaginable, saves original boxes and plans to sell them for hundreds of dollars in profit on the Internet.
He calls himself a "sneaker connoisseur" -- Toledo's in-laws call the couple the "Shoe-ledos."
His wife doesn't mind. "How many men can you take shoe shopping?" said Nicole Toledo. "It's great. I'm in the women's section, and he takes the men's."