Sneaker collaborations represent the culture and fashion. Within the sneaker community, a collab is a show of respect from both parties. Powerhouse brands like Nike and Adidas are some of culture’s leading movers and shakers. Here are 5 best sneaker Collab’s spanning over the course of a few years.Partnerships and collaborations are becoming more and more popular for footwear brands.
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Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low
The AstroWorld rapper did a take on the iconic Nike SB Dunk Low sneaker that dropped in February 2020, and almost a full year after its release date, people are still looking for them for purchase, with pairs selling for as high as $2,800 on the resale market this past December.
Ben & Jerry’s x Nike SB Dunk Low “Chunky Dunky”
The highly-anticipated Ben & Jerry’s x Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration released in May, and it sold out quickly. The “Chunky Monkey” ice cream-inspired look was done with a blue and green upper that was matched with cow-like faux fur, and tie-dye liner and yellow Swoosh branding.
Sneaker Politics x Cafe Du Monde x Saucony Shadow 5000 “White”
Sneaker Politics teamed up with New Orleans’ Cafe Du Monde for a sweet treat. The beignet sugar-inspired sneaker comes from NOLA’s French roots and celebrates the Sneaker Politics store that’s in the south. Loved for its simplicity, the white upper and midsole are are matched with by a brown color sprinkled with white—emulating sugar on a beignet. Clever right?
‘Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runner Solid Grey’
When the ‘700s’ first dropped in November 2017, sneaker fans went crazy. The design of this shoe marked a change in the original ‘700’ design. Instead, the revamped shoe turned more into more of a running sneaker. The grey and black suede overlays complement the sneakers, and you can play around with different shoe lace colors to create many different looks.