After much-hyped collaborations with Machine Gun Kelly and Chris Brown, streetwear specialist SNIPES taps the German hip-hop group Genetikk as Fall/Winter ’16 stars.

SNIPES' forthcoming collection strips streetwear back to its essential elements in desert tones and black. From box logo hoodies with embroidered branding to a reversible desert camo bomber, the brand delivers a range suited to the urban jungle.

Genetikk duo Karuzo and Sikk formed the group in 2009 and have recorded four studio albums together, of which the last two albums D.N.A. and Achter Tag reached number one in Germany's album charts. After signing to Selfmade Records in late 2011, Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA recognized their talent and recruited the pair as a support act. Their latest album includes a feature from A$AP Mob member A$AP Nast.

SNIPES launched in 1998 with its first store in Essen, Germany. The brand continues to extend its reach with stores opening in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy and Spain, stocking the latest sneakers and streetwear.

SNIPES’ Fall/Winter collection is available in stores now, and online via the link below.

Pre-order Genetikk's new album Fukk Genetikk on iTunes ahead of the December 2 release and check out their tour dates below.

10.03.2017 - Köln 11.03.2017 - L-Luxembourg 12.03.2017 - Offenbach 13.03.2017 - Hamburg 15.03.2017 - Oberhausen 17.03.2017 - Leipzig 18.03.2017 - Berlin 19.03.2017 - Hannover 20.03.2017 - München 22.03.2017 - A-Wien 23.03.2017 - A-Graz 24.03.2017 - A-Linz 25.03.2017 - CH-Zürich 27.03.2017 - Stuttgart 29.03.2017 - Karlsruhe 30.03.2017 - Saarbrücken

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