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Now that we’ve shown you our favorite on-foot looks from Crepe City SS17, we turn to the shelves to recap the most expensive items on sale.Topping the list, as it has at past sneaker conventions around the world, is a 2011 version of the revered Nike MAG. The OG “Pirate Black” YEEZY Boost 350 came in at a not-so-close second place, followed by an ultra rare “Tokyo 23” version of the Air Jordan V, which we’ve also seen in past lists.The ranking goes on to include coveted items from adidas, BAPE, Nike and others, so make sure to check out the top 20 below.After getting a glimpse earlier today, Nike has since officially unveiled its new Special Field Air Force 1. The SF AF-1 is in turn a winterized take on the iconic Air Force 1 silhouette.

Designed for urban utility, the winter-perfect sneaker incorporates premium full grain leather, ripstop ballistic nylon, hidden espionage tongue storage, and new interwoven and adjustable ankle straps.You can look forward to the Special Field Air Force 1 releasing in two men’s colorways (Faded Olive/Gum and Black/Gum) and two women’s colorways (Light Bone/Sail and Golden Beige/Linen) on November 5.As Instagram’s sneakerhead community grows ever stronger, we enlisted accomplished footwear photographer Nick Glackin (aka @glackster) to shoot an exclusive series of animated footwear portraits showcasing sneakerhead classics both old and new. Enjoy all five unique GIFs below.

Nike has just updated its popular SNKRS app, in addition to making the platform available for Android users and enhancing the web experience on Nike.com. In order to make buying sneakers fairer and easier, the overall functionality of the application has been improved.The new update awards users with individualized news and push notifications, in turn providing with the best access to all of the latest releases. Checkout security has also been upgraded, alongside the addition of Touch ID, mobile multi-factor authentication (MFA) and the use of PayPal and Nike Gift Cards.