Event: Oslo Fashion Week

Season: FW18

Key Looks: Oslo Fashion Week was a reminder that the bar can always be raised when it comes to crazy kicks. Aside from the commonplace chunky sneakers like Balenciaga's Triple S and Eytys Angel, we spotted a pair of bizarre Z-Coil sneakers, featuring a spring-heeled design (slide #15). Fashion statement, or treatment for chronic lower back pain? You decide.

Additional highlights include Travis Scott's "AF100" Air Force 1 design with interchangeable Swoosh details (slide #01) and some rugged Solomon hikers (slide #07). Check out our original gallery in full above.

Editor's Notes: When you're done, check out additional sneaker street style galleries from fashion week in Paris and Milan.

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