French football club Paris Saint-Germain has joined forces with one of the most iconic bands of all-time, The Rolling Stones, for an exclusive collaboration. Highlighting the capsule is a pair of Rolling Stones Air Max 1s.

The famed Air Max model has been done up in suede and leather, appropriately outfitted with Rolling Stones-specific branding on the sides. The heels then welcome Nike Air tagging, as well as the words "Paris" and "No Filter." Bright yellow laces accompany to provide even more flair to the collaborative kicks.

In addition to the Air Maxes, Paris Saint-Germain also presents a PSG x The Rolling Stones game jersey, T-shirt, Nike hoodie, sweatshirt, cap, helmet and skate deck.

You can look forward to the capsule hitting Parisian boutique colette October 19 through October 23.

Back in the summer we saw PSG take over Miami with another Nike sneaker collab and a pop-up.

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