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.

Marking Highsnobiety’s first shopping roundup for the new year, after ending 2017 with a comprehensive look at some of the year’s best products, this week’s selection features an ultra-cozy BAPE must-have, Sean Wotherspoon’s sought-after Nike Air Max kicks, and the infamous OFF-WHITE Industrial Belt in a striking new colorway.

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

Logo Nylon Jacket

Gucci

$1350

1st Camo Fleece Hoodie

BAPE

$400

Logo Hoodie

Balenciaga

$750

990 T-Shirt

New Balance

$35

Dickies Houndstooth Side Tape Pant

Dickies

$74

Printed Drawstring Shorts

FEAR OF GOD

$825

Air Max 1/97 VF SW

Nike x Sean Wotherspoon

$875

M9919 Hybrid

New Balance

$209

Air Vapormax Utility

Nike

$225

Air Force 1 '07 PRM

Nike

$130

SHOTTA BAG #3

C.E

$219

Industrial Belt

Off-White™

$210

Louis XIV 300 Years Old Sk8 1 Skateboard

boom - art

$443

Script Logo Mug

Patta

$15

Shark Doll Incense Burner

Yeenjoy Studio

$419

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.

Gosha Rubchinskiy’s latest adidas collaboration was just made available online. Check it out here.

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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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