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Sneakers Jan 20, 2011

Sneakersnstuff x Asics GT-II

Stockholm’s Sneakersnstuff worked with Asics on a great looking GT-II sneaker. The shoe is done in an off-white suede with red accents and various text-based embellishments throughout – if you look closely you can see writing across the… Read more
Bikes Nov 10, 2010

Sneakersnstuff x Size x Puma M90 Bike

Just like with their previous Puma sneaker collaborations for their 10th anniversary, size also presents along their work with Swedish sneaker boutique Sneakersnstuff a matching bike. The M90 by Biomega and Puma comes in a military green… Read more
Sneakers Oct 20, 2010

Size? x Sneakersnstuff x Puma Dallas Pack

The next part of the Size? 10th Anniversary collaborations has been revealed today. This time the UK retailer worked with Swedish retailer Sneakersnstuff and Puma on a pack of the Dallas sneaker. The low top sneaker comes in two colorways… Read more
Denim Jan 19, 2010

Denim Demon x Sneakersnstuff Aajja Bajja Denim

Denim Demon and Sneakersnstuff have teamed up to create a custom version of Denim Demon’s Aajja style. The un-singed, un-sanforized denim weighs in at 15.5 oz and is made out of American yarn dyed cotton, manufactured on vintage Union… Read more
Caps & Hats Dec 11, 2009

Kangol x Sneakersnstuff Cuffed Beanie

Kangol® Headwear and Sneakersnstuff are proud to announce the release of the SNS Reversible Beanie. In honor of the 10 year anniversary of Sneakersnstuff in Stockholm, Sweden, The Cuffed Beanie utilizes the color grid motif as on the… Read more
Sneakers Dec 1, 2009

Puma x Sneakersnstuff Suede Goat Pack

Puma’s “greatest shoe of all time” is the latest style to receive the Sneakersnstuff treatment. In Paris back in the 19th century, gloves made out of napped kidskin (skin from young goat) were one of the more luxurious accessories. As… Read more
Sneakers Nov 2, 2009

Sneakersnstuff x adidas Stockholm

Sneakersnstuff got inspired by the grey Fall/Winter sky of Stockholm, when recently designing the collaborative model, carrying the name of their home city, with adidas. They kept the original blue and yellow colors of the sneaker and added… Read more
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