Solebox 10th Anniversary Collaboration Retrospective

May 21, 2012 BY / 2

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Although they’re almost just as well-known for the frustratingly small numbers with which these products hit retail, Berlin’s Solebox is synonymous with high-profile sneaker collaborations.  Over the course of a decade, this German boutique that’s recently become known for its light-up retro kicks has authored roughly one new colorway per quarter, for a massive total that approaches forty when you consider variations like the (un-)branded GITG Asics Gel Lyte III.  Solebox has a way with the GLIII and its classic running peers, the New Balance 1500 a clear favorite in much the same way that Solebox has struck up a long-term relationship with Saucony.  Check out a few of the highlights of a decade of brillianceafter the jump, let us know how they compare to your favorite guest designer’s legacy and check out the full gallery at Solebox.

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walt
walt

solebox is super legit. the guys who run it are true sneakerheads. every collab is clean in its own way and has its own unique identity.

P.A.'s Finest
P.A.'s Finest

Those gel lyte 3's!!! Wish I couldv'e copped those when they released. They change colors when the sun hits them, so sick. A couple nice NB's in there too.

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