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.

Without further ado, here are the 15 best products to drop this week. Amongst the official release of the anticipated “Semi-Frozen Yellow” YEEZY Boost 350 V2 and some exclusive Cactus Plant Flea Market x N*E*R*D merchandise, Vetements has lifted the lid on its latest Reebok collaboration, and you can now buy commemorative pins from BAPE’s Dragon Ball Z partnership. 1KCORP and Nike Cortez re-stocks can also be shopped below.

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.

Mountain Jacket



SEING SOUNDS "Love Bomb" Hoodie

C.P.F.M. x N*E*R*D


Operator Hoodie



Resurrection 98 Longsleeve

Midnight Studios


King Of Hearts Hoodie

Urban Outfitters


Checked Knit Longsleeve

Sunnei x LN CC


Cigarette Scarf

Sucuk und Bratwurst


Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Semi Frozen Yellow'

adidas Originals



Classic Cortez KM QS



Instapump Fury

Vetements x Reebok


UA Era



Suede Classic 'Rudolf Dassler'



Baby Milo Vegeta Pin

BAPE x Dragon Ball Z


Calabasas Lost Hills Cap



And if you are in the market for top-of-the-range electronic goods, Tesla’s slick new portable battery has the juice.

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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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