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. And with yet another month drawing to a close, we have done our best to pick a selection of some of the finest sneaker pics to end it all with a bang.

Amongst what has now become the usual smattering of chunky sneakers and big-branded silhouettes such as the lauded Balenciaga Triple S, and Gucci’s Rhython, this week’s roundup also went on to feature sought-after models from the likes of Nike x Sean Wotherspoon, Anti Social Social Club x Vans, as well as a look at a pair of full-denim Jordan IVs.

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

Multi-colored clout

Shock orange

Black on black on black

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Trophies

The choice is yours

Pretty in pink

Should we talk about this combo…

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Sunset silhouettes

Double denim

Dreaming..

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GET WEIRD

Check Mate

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Ultra-clean

Stay hydrated ✖️✖️? What’s your favorite Jordan ?

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Making a splash

In other footwear news, check out these crazy hybrid sneakers, which look like a Balenciaga Triple S & Dior Homme B22 lovechild.

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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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