Top Sneaker Collaborations to Watch Out For This 2017

For our avid Shoppers who are also major sneakerheads, nothing beats the palpable excitement quite like a new drop. Sneaker collaborations are all the rage as of late, where major shoe brands collaborate with notable designers and other apparel brands to target fans from both sides. In case you’re eyeing a new pair of Yeezys, or something a lil’ more old school such as revamped Vans or Converses, check out our list on what you can ShopandBox from across the globe:


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John Elliot x Nikelab Vandal High, + Add To Wishlist:

Recently unveiled at the New York Fashion Week: Men’s last week, Nikelab’s next collaboration with American fashion designer John Elliott features two high top silhouettes in two colourways. Spot a suede upper, increased collar height, and retro silhouette that’s minimalistic in design. Seeing how the previous sneaker collaboration between both parties (the LeBron Soldier 10) sold out in minutes at the NYC flagship store, these might receive the same hype when it’s out. No drop date/price point is available—check in with our Boxers if you’ve got your eyes on this pair.


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Undercover x Nike SFB Jungle Dunk, Nike, USD250, + Add To Wishlist:

This pair of Huarache-lookalikes is Undercover and Nike’s new hybrid sneaker-boot, already available in stores in two colourways, Black/Loyal Blue, and White/Game Royal. The design takes on Undercover creative director Jun Takahashi’s idea: “A winter boot merging the upper of the Nike Dunk, the tooling and outsole of the SFB Jungle Boot and the heel cage of the Air Huarache.” The word “Chaos” is emblazoned on the back heel strap of the left shoe, with “Balance” on the back of the right side.


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Bape x Neighbourhood x Adidas Originals Superstar Boost, Adidas, USD180, + Add To Wishlist:

The recent furore caused by the release Bape x Adidas NMD could pretty much rival Yeezy’s. But this time, the streetwear label teams up with fellow Japanese brand Neighborhood to modernise the classic Superstar low-top sneakers. The new variation comes in a primeknit and premium suede upper, with Boost soles and all the important logos you need to have: the iconic black stripes, alongside Bape and Neighbourhood’s logos on the heels and heel tabs.

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RO Level Runner Row TrainersAdidas, EUR740, + Add To Wishlist:

This hefty price tag isn’t surprising. American designer Rick Owens is known for his long-term collab with Adidas, and this time’s Level Runner Low collection is a standout in its own right. Its low cut geometric silhouette takes on a futuristic spin that his shoes are known for. Its name makes references to the iconic RO Runner but revamped with thick padding on the collar and an angular piece on its outsole.


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Vans x J Crew Old SkoolJ. Crew, USD65, + Add To Wishlist:

Classic, all-American sneaker brand Vans sees a revival this year with a new collaboration for J. Crew. The Old Skool is reinterpreted in two new colourways with suede uppers—first in light grey and second in shades of blue. And not forgetting—its signature crisp white laces and midsoles.


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Mastermind Japan x Converse Japan Chuck Taylor All Star, Converse, JPY28,080, + Add To Wishlist:

Another American classic that’s seeing a comeback is Converse, and this time it celebrates the 100th anniversary of its Chuck Taylor All Star with Japanese men’s contemporary fashion and streetwear label, Mastermind. New versions of the All Star 100 Hi and All Star 100 Hi Z come in black leather uppers, chrome accents, and the signature skull and bones logos. These are already available on selected retailers including Black Sense Market and Amazon Japan.


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Bait x Los Angeles Kings x Reebok Ventilator SupremeConverse, JPY28,080, + Add To Wishlist:

This pair of sneakers will likely be kickproof and weather-proof, all thanks to its Kevlar upper. This collab is inspired by the LA Kings’ cultural significance, taking on a silhouette reminiscent of the ’80s LA Kings logotype. Its reflective tongue has a lime green “Built with Kevlar” label alongside a chunky white midsole.


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Adidas Yeezy Calabasas Powerphase, Adidas, USD120, + Add To Wishlist:

Fresh off his new sportswear label, Calabasas that he created in partnership with his wife Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West’s new kicks that we can expect to drop in April/May is an ’80s inspired Adidas Powerphase. It has also been touted to sport a similar looking shape to the Reebok Classic Leathers. But this new all-white pair comes at a more affordable price tag of USD120—no news of other colourways or confirmed drop date has been released.


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Stone Island x NikeLab Sock Darts, Nike, USD200, + Add To Wishlist:

Nikelab’s latest Sock Darts combine form and functionality effortlessly, working in line with Stone Island’s textile innovation to give the shoes water-resistance and a mid-cut silhouette. This engineered print leaves a fading dégradé effect that allows breathability and flexibility. Other features include a soft collar and outsoles that are reinforced for water dispersion and improved traction.


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