May 21, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
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.