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Having come through with another helping of certified bangers, with almost too many to chose from, Highsnobiety’s #hskicks community made light work of sourcing this week’s best Instagram sneaker shots. From the lauded, Morocco-inspired Skepta x Nike Air Max 97, to looks at the SNIPES x ASICS GEL-Lyte “Urban Jungle” edition, our roundup featured heavy-hitting grails, as well as noteworthy iterations from some overlooked silhouettes.

Provided you were able to see through the array of aforementioned footwear fire, this week’s selection goes on to feature shots of Nike’s latest ACRONYM collaboration, the coveted YEEZY Boost 350 V2 “Beluga 2.0” grails from adidas Originals, as well as this UNDERCOVER & Nike’s pioneering React Element 87 – which just released this week.

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 pairs mentioned and a heap of others to kick off the new week on the right footing.

Step on up

The devil is in the details

Blend in to stand out

Pick one

Conscious cops

Flashes of silver

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High-vis bangers

Stay winning

Transparency is key

Most wanted

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Editor’s note: By using the #hskicks hashtag or by tagging @highsnobiety in your Instagram images, you hereby remove all copyright restrictions and agree to have your photos posted on www.highsnobiety.com and any relevant social channels.

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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