When Gosha Rubchinskiy drops a collection, streetwear kids rush to snap it up instantly — think of Russian history repeating itself with Pavlov's dog experiment over 100 years later. Last month's collaboration with adidas Soccer was a case in point: the much-hyped garb appearing on Facebook resale groups for nearly triple retail price just hours after its release.

The in-demand sportswear collection was yet another Rubchinskiy love letter to modern youth culture. Compiling footwear, clothing and accessories, the range distilled a soccer sensibility through the designer's nostalgic lens. Old school soccer shirts arrived with CCCP-style lettering writ large, tracksuits were scored with chunky Three Stripes branding, and trainers came reinforced with retro-flavored gummy accents. Football never looked so cool.

If you missed out at the time, then fear not — there are alternatives out there. With Cyrillic font and vintage football shirts all the rage right now, never has there been a better time to dip into the Eastern European sportswear market.

Pick out your favorite sponsor below (who cares if you end up inadvertently co-signing a state-friendly oil conglomerate?), and let us see how you style it by uploading a photo onto Instagram with the tag #snobshots.

Dynamo Moscow Home Shirt 2016-2017

$26

Nike

Buy at Sportsdirect.com

CSKA Moscow 16/17 Home Soccer Jersey

$50

adidas

Buy at WorldSoccerShop

Dynamo Shevchenko T-Shirt

$20

subside Sports

Buy at subside Sports
Zenit St Petersburg Home Shirt 2016-2017

Zenit St Petersburg Home Shirt 2016-2017

$59

Nike

Buy at subside Sports

2017/18 Spartak Moscow Stadium Home/Away Jersey

$85

Nike

Buy at Nike UK

Russia Home Replica Jersey

$74

adidas Originals

Buy at adidas UK

2016-2017 Russia Training Top

$40

adidas

Buy at UK Soccer Shop
04-05 Lokomotiv Moscow Home Longsleeve

04-05 Lokomotiv Moscow Home Longsleeve

$52

Nike

Buy at subside Sports

Russia 1960s Retro Football Shirt

$69

Toffs

Buy at Toffs

Cuffed Track Pants

$77

adidas Originals

Buy at Caliroots

Now go behind-the-scenes of Gosha's post-Soviet generation with this new video.

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