Highsnobiety’s dedicated #hskicks community never fails to deliver, diving deep into forgotten footwear archives, and looking towards the future with selections of heavy-hitting, soon-to-be-grails. This week, a sought-after pair from the adidas Consortium fleet has made it to feature, with ASICS grails appearing throughout. So, whether you need inspiration for your own sneaker snaps, want to discover some lesser-known silhouettes, or just feel like finding new feet to follow, you're guaranteed to find all of the above with our definitive weekly roundup.

This week is full of kicks that aren't from the "big two" brands. ASICS brought the heat with two iterations from its GEL-Saga "Zebra" pack, and New Balance proves once again it's the last word in Dad sneakers, with the understated New Balance 1300 JP2 and New Balance 574 Sport 2.0 showing face.

That's not to say there's no Nike or adidas, though! The Air Max 1 "Have a Nike Day" certainly does what it says on the tin, and the bright blue and orange adidas Consortium ZX 10000C has us ready for Spring.

To get involved yourself, all you have to do is use the #hskicks hashtag on your Instagram sneaker shots, along with the city you’re in, and of course, the best shot of your chosen pair.

So, without further ado, here are 10 of the best sneaker photos on Instagram from this week, including the pairs mentioned above, and many more.

Iridescent goodness

Sometimes simple is best

Clean green

Color lover

Dangerously fire

A slam Dunk

Monochrome musts

Go get 'em

Dope descontruction

Contrast is key

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Editor’s note: By using the #hskicks hashtag or by tagging @highsnobiety in your Instagram images, you hereby remove all copyright restrictions and agree to have your photos posted on www.highsnobiety.com and any relevant social channels.

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