Yung Lean's busy year just got busier. Fresh off the back of a first single with his new punk band, a plagiarism shitstorm with Urban Outfitters, and news of a possible collaboration with Travis Scott, the rapper and his design collective, Sad Boys, have unveiled a sneaker collab with Eytys. As expected, it's pretty sick.

The Swedish duo are set to release a brand new pair of leather and nubuck low-top sneakers named Spider. The shoes feature all-black, buttoned-up uppers, "Intense Green" outsoles and most interestingly, cable tie laces.

It's set to drop in Eytys stores early this December alongside an image story by Kristin-Lee Moolman. The story features the Sad Boys and new sneakers, and is said to "bring memories to 1980s royal portraits." Check out the sneaker above, then flick through for a preview of Moolman's image story.

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