Another week has past and we’re back with the highlights from Highsnobiety’s shopping channel. Every day we trawl through countless online stores to bring you a curated selection of the latest and best in streetwear, sneakers, fashion and lifestyle products, separating the best from the rest, and saving you the hassle of checking hundreds of different webstores in the process. For more of the most up-to-date shopping news, be sure to hit the button below.

With this week’s selection highlighted by an array of utilitarian silhouettes, from a graphically-charged Raf Simons jacket, to an all-black utility vest from Julius, our roundup of the 15 hottest products also went on to feature key Nike silhouettes, a look at the first release of the Heron Preston x OFF-WHITE collaboration, as well as a special Black Panther take on one infamous Wu-Tang design.

Without further ado, here are the 15 best products to drop this week.

Denim Jacket

Raf Simons

$1433

Reversible Jacket

Thames London

$209

Denim Trucker Jacket

BDG x Coca-Cola

$99

Down 'Guccy' Jacket

Gucci

$3950

Wakanda Forever Hoodie

Pizzaslime

$60

T-Shirt

Champion x Wood Wood

$57

Utility Vest

Julius

$496

Cargo Pants

Marcelo Burlon

$328

Air Vapormax Plus

Nike

$190

Air Force 1 'Swoosh Pack'

Nike

$84

HU NMD Blank Canvas

Pharrell x adidas

$250

Shopper Tote

Balenciaga

$1177

Tote Bag

Heron Preston x Off-White

$929

Cap

NOAH

$50

Analog-Digital

G-SHOCK

$99

As always, much of this product is limited, so if you missed out this time, be quicker and tune into next week’s roundup for a selection of more hot products.

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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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