Another week and we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s new shopping channel, What Drops Now. Every day we trawl countless online stores to bring you a curated selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion and lifestyle products, separating the best from the rest and saving you the hassle of checking 1,000 different webstores in the process. Below you’ll find the 10 best products to drop this week, but for daily updated stream of the latest gear be sure to check What Drops Now.

As always, much of this product is limited so if you’ve missed out, make sure you’re quicker next time.

WMNS Field Jacket



Virgil Abloh’s label return for Fall/Winter 2015 with a standout lightweight jacket.

Tubular X

adidas Originals


The latest installment of adidas’s Tubular series debuts – bigger and better.

Floral Trench



Another standout jacket – for those who want to really make a statement.

Hiking Boot

Martin Rose x Been Trill


With fall fast approaching, we advise gearing up with some rugged boots – these will do nicely.

Be@rbrick 400% 'Antique Furniture'

Medicom Toy x Karimoku


The cult toy label return with a model crafted from luscious wood.

WMNS Free Inneva



Yet another oddity emerges from Nike’s vast library of obscure sneakers – although this one’s only for the ladies currently (unless you’ve got really small feet).

Villy Beanie



Show your softer side this season.

Trip Wardrobe



What do you get when you’ve got every hype sneaker drop under the sun? A multi-colored wardrobe to stash them all in, of course!

Velcro Jacket

Hood By Air


Yet another standout outerwear piece – this time it’s from Shayne Oliver’s cult New York luxe-streetwear label.

Engraved Zippo




Supreme’s latest collection has landed, meaning more unnecessary-but-totally-necessary lifestyle products.

Head over to What Drops Now to shop thousands more products.

Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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