The Top 10 Sneaker Collaborations To Buy Now
Two heads are better than one. Sneaker collaborations from big names such as adidas, Yeezy and Nike come with great anticipation from sneaker aficionados worldwide and for good reason. Coveted, limited in numbers and often hard to buy, it’s no wonder buyers look to resale to find their perfect pair. Read on to see our sneaker expert’s top picks.
Here are our top 10 sneaker collaborations to buy now:
1. Fragment Design x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Kicking off the first collaboration between Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design and Jordan, these high-top sneakers have black and white paneling with royal blue accents. These Fragment Design x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG sneakers were released in 2014 in limited quantities.
Release date: December 2014
2. Union LA x Air Jordan 1 Retro High NRG Storm Blue
Characterized by contrasting panels, these Union LA x Air Jordan 1 Retro High NRG Storm Blue sneakers have a nostalgic appeal. In a mainly white and blue construction, the pair are topped with a red and black Air Jordan 1 colorway. Note the contrast zigzag stitching that accentuates the two amalgamated styles.
Release date: November 2018
3. Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove
The second style to be released from Kanye West’s collection with adidas, the Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove sneakers were released in 2015. The coveted style sold out almost instantly and is renowned for being one of the rarest designs from the line.
Release date: June 2015
4. Patta x Air Max 1 Premium Chlorophyll
Born from Patta’s fifth collaboration with Nike, the Patta x Air Max 1 Premium Chlorophyll sneakers boast a three-tone colorway, combining green with light gray and white. The pair has a paneled construction with mesh detailing, denim and nubuck leather.
Release date: September 2009
5. Comme des Garçons x Dunk Hi Retro Clear
Playful, bold, brash and innovative by default, Comme des Garçons delivers the ultimate in creative style. The Japanese fashion house collaborated with Nike to create the Comme des Garçons x Dunk Hi Retro Clear sneakers. The pair was introduced during NYFW in February of 2017. In the classic Dunk silhouette, the pair is refreshed with transparent PVC paneling for an alternative aesthetic.
Release date: September 2016
6. Off-White x Air Force 1 Low 07 MCA
The late founder Virgil Abloh’s brand Off-White has taken part in a number of successful collaborations over the years. In 2019, to commemorate Abloh’s exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Off-White and Nike partnered to create an iteration of the Nike Air Force 1. The Off-White x Air Force 1 Low 07 MCA design combines a University Blue leather upper with silver-tone metallic detailing. The pair incorporates signature Off-White hallmarks such as the Zip Tie tag and a quote print.
Release date: July 2019
7. Supreme x Dunk Low Pro SB White Cement
In 2022, the first Nike SB collaboration with Supreme introduced the Supreme x Dunk Low Pro SB White Cement sneakers. The style is regarded to be one of the most coveted SB styles, with a look reminiscent of drying cement with cracks forming.
Release date: September 2002
8. Ben & Jerry’s x Dunk Low SB Chunky Dunky
Arguably one of the most playful collaborations in shoe history is the Ben & Jerry’s x Nike Dunk Low SB Chunky Dunky. Inspired by the ice-cream brand’s Chunky Monkey flavor and packaging, this pair combines blue sky imagery with green grass, complete with calf hair paneling with a cow print. Note the melting Swoosh logo patch on the side in a bold yellow hue.
Release date: May 2020
9. Joe Freshgoods x Don’t Be Mad x 992 Anatomy of a Heart
A collaboration between Joe’s Freshgood’s brand Don’t Be Mad with New Balance brought the Joe Freshgoods x Don’t Be Mad x 992 Anatomy of a Heart to the attention and shoe collections of sneaker aficionados. Released for Valentine’s Day in 2020, the pair showcases a charming color combination of red and pink with leather and suede detailing.
Release date: February 2020
10. Air Yeezy Blink
The Air Yeezy Blink sneakers that were released in 2009 marked the start of Kanye West’s partnership with Nike. The high-top pair offers a marriage of different textures, with an all-over black colorway, except for a pop of pink peeking over from the lining. The strap and heel panel feature an all-over ‘Y’ print.
Release date: May 2019
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