With a new week comes the ever-enjoyable task of sifting through seven days worth of quality apparel, sneakers, accessories and lifestyle products for our weekly roundup of the best of What Drops Now, Highsnobiety’s curated shopping platform. We’ve trawled the depths of e-commerce to bring you an expertly selected batch of product, saving you the hassle of checking 1,000 different online stores in your quest for the world’s finest gear.

As always, much of this product is limited so if you’ve missed out, make sure you’re quicker next time – and don’t forget to check What Drops Now for a daily updated stream of the best fashion, sneakers and accessories out right now.

Sriracha S2G Keychain - $7

So you can now burn your tongue off whilst on the go! Singe your tastebuds into oblivion here.

Nike Free Inneva Woven N7 - $180

One of the best models to come from Nike's laboratories in recent years, we've not seen the whacky Inneva Woven for a while until now. Not only has the shoe made a very welcome return to the What Drops Now stream in a very handsome black and bronze colorway, but proceeds go to the N7 foundation, promoting free sports programs in native American communities. Get charitable here.

Coogi "Biggie Smalls" Sweater - $600

A true icon of hip-hop style, Coogi's boldly colored knitwear was immortalized in style history thanks to a certain Notorious B.I.G., who had a particular penchant for the brand's head-turning sweaters. Now resurrected and available for general purchase, get your fix of rainbow-colored knitwear here.

Tres Bien -  Zip Shorts - $150

While the Swedish fashion boutique and in-house label are renowned for doing things a little differently, dropping metallic silver shorts in November is a bit of an odd move to say the least. Brave souls can cop them here - or go for the infinitely more wearable (and sensible) zip-through denim shirt instead.

KITH Lexington Hoodie - $145

With what feels like the 100th themed collection of the year, Ronnie Fieg & co. drop a pared back selection of basics under the "KITH Classics" label - a double layered, side-zippered hoodie may not be what most people consider classic, but then the sneaker boutique's in-house label have never really played by the rules anyway. Get it here.

adidas Originals ZX 8000 "Fall Of The Wall" - from $200

More themed sneakers from adidas Originals, who celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall with a pack of ZX 8000 sneakers. Pick of the bunch is this extremely wearable off-white and black colorway dubbed 'Charlie' after the infamous check-point between East and West Berlin - get historical here.

Phantom 2 Vision+ Drone - $1,240

Got $1,240 that is just burning a hole in your pocket? Want to invade other peoples' privacy? Then this is just the toy for you! Recklessly spend your cash here.

FILA - Vintage Track Pants - $95

We make no secret of our love for FILA's vintage 90s sportswear - and these boldly color-blocked track pants offer an alternative to baggy jersey sweatpants whilst still retaining that essential laid back steez. Perfect for 90s revivalists who like to keep things cozy - get yours here.

DRX Romanelli x NASA MA-1 Flight Jacket - $1,495

Mad genius and legend of retro hip-hop style, DRX Romanelli returns with another Frankenstein-like creation, with a mashup bomber jacket made in collaboration with none other than NASA(!!!). Much steezier than those boring white space suits they insist on wearing all the time - cop it here.

Stampd - Map Longsleeve - $80

West Coast label Stampd take a sharp left turn from their minimalist "Essentials" collection by emblazoning one of their signature scooped, elongated longsleeves with an all-over map print. Cop yours here.

Avec - Pool Snapback - $67

Copenhagen's Avec continue the Fall/Winter 2014 season with a quite unusual cap. Constructed of vintage deadstock tapestry fabric, the Pool snapback comes adorned with black moleskin taping. Cop yours here.

For thousands more of the world’s best sneakers, streetwear, menswear & more, head over to What Drops Now

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