Once again, our dedicated #hskicks community has delivered a solid selection of outstanding sneaker photos, bringing you the cream of the crop from across Instagram. Each week, we seek out your most creative shots in order to offer up a selection of the most inspiring and aesthetically pleasing footwear imagery. Whether you're tending to the Ls you may have caught, scouring the web for rareities, or simply looking to admire the dedication of our beloved community, there’s something for everyone in the post below.

This week, a strong case was made for color-blocked sneakers, with silhouettes such as the Air Jordan 1 “Obsidian”, an early collaboration between Parisian retailer The Broken Arm and Salomon, as well as looks at Ronnie Fieg’s “High Risk” ASICS GT-II. Next to this clutch of standout designs, one sneakerhead got “FUCK DRAKE” printed over the lateral side of a pair of crisp white OVO x Air Jordan 8 sneakers. And last, but certainly not least, one user dug deep into the vaults to present the vintage Nike Air Rasp; a silhouette deserving of the most discerning of collectors.

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

Without further ado, here are 10 of this week’s best Instagram sneaker photos, including a closer look at our feature silhouette, Nike’s Air Jordan 1 “Obsidian”.

Nike Air Rasp

Afew x Diadora N9002 “Master Formula”

Custom OVO x Nike Air Jordan 8

Ronnie Fieg x ASICS GT-II “High Risk”

Fear of God x Nike Air Fear of God 1 “Light Bone”

The Broken Arm x Salomon S/Lab XT-4

adidas Originals ZX 4000 4D “I Want I Can”

Nike Air Max 90 “Mixtape Side A”

ALIFE Rivington Club x ASICS GEL-Lyte 3

Nike Air Jordan 1 “Obsidian”

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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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