Sneaker collabs are some of the most awaited releases in the sneaker community—and for a good reason! Just thinking about the possibilities of the colorways and the mesh material can make your imagination run wild.

We’re counting down some of our favorite sneaker collaboration of 2020. Have a look!

StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low

This collaboration strikes a balance between the world of skating and cross-cultural partners. The shoes made their debut on Valentine’s Day and thus features holiday-appropriate colors, durable suede, and a logo hit on the heel. It wouldn’t be wrong to call this collab a labor of love!

 

 StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low

Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React

This has to be one of the hottest and the most-awaited collaborations from Nike this year. After all, the sneaker community needed something to look forward to amidst the raging pandemic anxiety. The silhouette comprises a unique colorway, a green tongue, and tumblr leather and suede overlays. The striking gold midsole make the Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React a sight for sore eyes.

 

 Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React

Stussy x Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2

When Stussy teamed up with Nike to create the Nike Air Zoom, nobody really knew what to expect, which is what makes this collab one of the hottest ones this season. The design of the pair comprises a mesh upper with woven textile overlays. Completed with the traditional black Nike swoosh, this one has to be our favorite Stussy collab to date.

 

Stussy x Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2

Ben & Jerry's x Nike SB Dunk Low

Ben & Jerry’s joined forces with Nike for an animated release of the decade. Drawing inspiration from Ben & Jerry’s colorful ice cream pint packaging, the Nike SB Dunk Low comprises a green meadow and cloudy blue skies on the upper. You can even spot an ice-cream melting/dripping-pattern on the protruding leather!

 

Ben & Jerry's x Nike SB Dunk Low

Off-White x Air Jordan V

This tops our list for the most hyped collab of 2020. Paying homage to the first Air Jordan 5, the design of the pair features a classic silhouette and the Nike Air technology. It comprises a sail textile mesh, circular window inserts through the shoes, and a translucent netted panel on the upper, making it one of our personal favorites!

 

Off-White x Air Jordan V

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