Boris Bidjan Saberi Salomon Sneakers
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After another seven days, we return with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel, carefully put together by commerce content curator, Rhianna Matthews. After trawling through countless online stores, Rhianna has rounded up a selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion and lifestyle products. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.

This week’s roundup was awash with sought-after sneakers, spearheaded by Nike and Salomon. The Swoosh put its best foot forward, presenting collaborations with COMME des GARÇONS Homme Plus and sacai, together with a very special mainline release flaunting its innovative self-lacing technology. Next to this, Salomon reignited its popular collaborative series with German-Persian designer Boris Bidjan Saberi on the sporty S/Lab Blue Bamba 2. Should you however be in the market for something a little quirkier than a pair of shoes, look no further than a Fucking Awesome (literally) Logo Stamp or the experimental Sierra Vest from MAD Mfg.

So, without further ado, scroll through Rhianna’s selection below to shop the new Boris Bidjan Saberi x Salomon S/Lab Blue Bamba 2 and more of this week’s best drops.

A.P.C. x Brain Dead Indigo Veste Imhotep

Indigo Veste Imhotep

A.P.C x Brain Dead

$529

A.P.C. and Brain Dead cooked up a madness this week for a new collaborative summer drop. A highlight piece has to be the Indigo Veste Imhotep, equipped with a detachable quilted liner which looks just as dope as the jacket.”

AA Spectrum Imagine Jacket

Imagine Jacket

AA Spectrum

$560

“Earthy tones are really hitting good with a lot of brands right now, and AA Spectrum have added a psychedelic twist to this design’s otherwise neutral combination of colors. A must-have for that functional fall drip.”

MAD Mfg Sierra Vest

Sierra Vest

MAD Mfg

$240

“Well damn, MAD Mfg have really gone to town on this one. The design’s detailing is next level, lifting an otherwise staple silhouette to dizzying new heights.”

Dickies Life Hardinsburg Shirt

Hardinsburg Shirt

Dickies Life

$61

Dickies has stepped up its game with the release of a collection of color-blocked staples. Consisting of workwear-inspired shirts, matching pants and a bucket hat, the collection promises to look great when paired together. The ultimate workwear flex at a more-than-affordable price.”

Polo Ralph Lauren Pyjama Pants

Pyjama Pants

Polo Ralph Lauren

$62

“These Polo Ralph Lauren Pyjama Pants are such a classic, and definitely great to be worn outside of the bedroom.”

Boris Bidjan Saberi x Salomon S/Lab Blue Bamba 2 Sneakers

S/Lab Blue Bamba 2 Sneakers

Boris Bidjan X Salomon

$531

“It’s been a minute since these two collaborated, but the wait has been more than worth it. The latest Boris Bidjan Saberi x Salomon S/Lab Blue Bamba 2 sneaker will keep your feet icier than the weather as winter rolls around.”

Nike x Skepta Shox TL

Shox TL

Nike x Skepta

$224

“Skepta and Nike team up once again, this time on the the Swoosh’s recently-revived Shox silhouette. Skepta’s maximalist, car engine-inspired Shox cushioning system is dressed in a vivid red, serving as a striking contrast to the design’s blacked-out upper.”

COMME des GARÇONS Homme Plus x Nike Air Jordan 1 High

Air Jordan 1 High

COMME des GARÇONS Homme Plus x Nike

$300

“COMME des GARÇONS Homme Plus recently teamed up with Nike to offer up a somewhat extreme take on the famous Air Jordan 1 silhouette. I’m not totally convinced, but be sure to let us know in the comment section below what you think.”

sacai x Nike LDWaffle

LDWaffle

sacai x Nike

$399

“Nike and sacai have finally dropped their next wave of LDWaffle sneakers after a brief hiatus. I hope ya’ll were as lucky as myself to have won a pair in the SNKRS app raffle, but if you weren’t, and still want to cop a pair, get ready to drop some bands on platforms like StockX.”

Nike Adapt Huarache

Adapt Huarache

Nike

$350

“ICYMI, Nike’s Adapt Huarache marks the first foray of the Swoosh’s auto-lacing technology into lifestyle sneakers. The model, originally designed by Tinker Hatfield and first released in 1991, is a fitting, almost perfect, choice for any wearer’s move into Nike sportswear. The silhouette also comes in a clean white colorway.”

JW Anderson Wool Knit Zip-Up Neckband