Regular readers will know that we at Highsnobiety loved last year's ACRONYM x Nike Air Presto collaboration an awful lot, but prior to that, the pair also worked together on this Lunar Force 1. Now, images have surfaced of what appears to be a high-top iteration of the sneaker, seemingly created somewhere in-between that time frame.

The reinforced kicks have emerged in three colorways: blue, navy and red. As you would expect from any ACRONYM release, functionality is the name of the game here, with an ankle strap (similar to the SF-AF1) and zip featured at the quarter area. Each has been finished with a white midsole.

To sate the appetite even further, ACRONYM's Errolson Hugh has teased drawn images on his Instagram account.

We're no psychics, but it looks like a release could be coming soon. If you have a spare $550 bucks to splash, then you can already cop right now over at this Grailed listing.

In related sneaker news, here's what Y-3 has in store for the year ahead.

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