I know this topic has probably been discussed many times but I wanted to start a fresh discussion on thisthat touched on the more detailed aspects of shoe storage, especially for very large sneaker collections. For those of you who know me, I have been collecting many years, and my collection is now reaching about 750pairs. I live in an area where the weather is hot and humid, and for the past 2 years I have been storing my shoes in 2 units of air-conditioned (24/7)storage. Well that 2 units is also nearing its limit, as I am about 80% full ... Well, back to the topic at hand. Despite storing in an 24/7 air-conditioned environment for the past 2years, I noticed that some of the shoes I had bought fresh in the past 2 years STILL YELLOWED. Frustrated, I bought a humidity meter and noticed that humiditystill ranged from 70% to about peak of 95% ... And so, I'm looking for an alternative way to do this now. For those of you with very large collections like mine, how do you store your shoes ? Do you also have dedicated storage ? What do you do to maintain the temperature and humidity ? I read somewhere that in general for collectibles, humidity should be between 35%-65%, and temperature at around 64 degrees ... is this true also for sneakers ? what optimum humidity and temperature should I be looking at ? Please share! thanks!