Sneakers
From the ground up

We’re back with a selection of highlights from our series showcasing some of the best sneaker photos we came across on Instagram this week. By now, “floating” kicks and shots of shoes precariously dangling off buildings have become commonplace, but remain worth a look when done right.

Whether it’s a glimpse at the latest hype release, something super rare, or simply a stunning shot of a more common pair, we’re looking to bring you a look into how the creative community captures their favorite footwear, as well as highlighting some of Instagram’s biggest sneakerheads.

With much of our worldwide sneaker community pulling out the very best of their sneaker collections in light of Valentine’s Day, our roundup featured a wide variety of brands from didas and Converse to Reebok and Vans. Amongst this, our collection of sneaker aficionados offered more looks at Virgil Abloh’s hugely popular “The Ten,” COMME des GARÇONS’ latest Air Max 180, as well as one of Nike’s more highly regarded ACRONYM collaborations.

Without further ado, here are 10 of the best sneakers photos from this week.

Zip-up

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Family reunion

Red ? for ❤️s day? ?? [ @4.kira x @randygalang ]

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Partners in crime

Fresh out the boxes

A whole year wasted ??

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Clean

Line ’em up

“QUOTATIONS” everywhere

Found the matching socks to these beauties ?? S/o to @snocks.socks ?

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Greet the future

Which pair do you like more ? ?? [email protected] x @filipzimowski

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Finely laced

Perspectives

Next up, here’s how to buy BAIT’s Bruce Lee-inspired Reebok Kamikaze II.

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Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor

Adam is Highsnobiety’s Weekend Editor and splits his time between overseeing all weekend content and studying Economic and Social Communication at Berlin’s University of the Arts.

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