The community of sneakerheads posting under Highsnobiety’s #hskicks hashtag is always guaranteed to provide the goods. Every week we find the most creative sneaker shots you could ever dream of, be it last week’s must-cop, last season’s well-loved mainstay, or a pristine grail from yesteryear. It’s truly a joy finding out what our community has to offer, with the only downside being that of having to choose just 10. From big brands classics, to obscure collabs, there’s something for everyone here.
This week we were treated to some truly special vintage gems. Not only did we see a pair of Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” retros from 2006 signed by the man himself, Tinker Hatfield, but we also saw a pristine pair of 1994 Air Jordan 1 “Chicago” sneakers. Retro these next, please, Nike! Meanwhile, ASICS has brought back the original blue and gold colorway of its Gel-Kayano 5, but with the modern addition of a 360° GEL sole.
Speaking of modern takes on old-school silhouettes, there’s a crisp black-and-white pair of Nike’s Blazer Mid Vintage. Monochrome never gets old, but sometimes you just want a mash-up of colors and textures, such as can be seen on the upcoming Nike SB Dunk High “Dog Walker.” Blending green suede, a bright red Swoosh, and brown, black, and spotted hairy panels, it’s a definite stand-out. Keep an eye out for the drop on 4/20.
To get involved yourself, all you have to do is use the #hskicks hashtag on your Instagram sneaker shots, along with the city you’re in, and of course, the best shot of your chosen pair.
So, without further ado, here are 10 of the best sneaker photos on Instagram from this week, including the Nike SB Dunk High “Dog Walker”, and many more.
Still got it 25 years later
Something old, something new
Rough and ready
Keep it clean
Fashion and function
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