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This Week In Sneakers: Kick Up Your Boot Game With These Football-Inspired Timberlands

Plus: Converse links with Andy Warhol and Vans collaborates with F.O.G.
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Photo: Courtesy of Timberland

Photo: Courtesy of Timberland

Timberland Releases Limited Edition Football Leather Collection

Was the latest Nike collection not enough Super Bowl-themed apparel for you? Good news: Timberland has a boot that's perfect for your NFL-loving feet. Sure, there's no distinct tie-in to the big game, but Timberland released boots made with the same leather from Horween Leather Company used to create actual footballs. Each boot comes one-of-a-kind with 18 karat gold hardware. Pick a pair up at select locations today.

Photo: Common Projects

Photo: Common Projects

Common Projects Adds A Variety Of Colors To Line-up For Spring

If you've wondered where all of the minimal, leather shoes have been sourcing inspiration from, you can look to brands like Common Projects. Now, the high-end sneaker brand is taking their range a step further by adding a rainbow-hued selection of styles in their spring collection. 

Jerry Lorenzo and F.O.G. Collaborate With Vans

Jerry Lorenzo is having the time of his life. After having a pretty good year with his Fear of God label, he launched the offshoot F.O.G. Now, he's following up that brand's first collaborative drop (they worked with Pacsun) with another one. Later this year expect a collaboration between F.O.G. and Vans  on at least two pairs of sneakers. The snaps posted to Instagram are only samples and still need edits, Lorenzo says.

Photo: Courtesy of Converse

Photo: Courtesy of Converse

Converse Debuts Latest Andy Warhol Collection

You can really never have enough Chuck Taylors can you? It seems like Converse is always issuing another iteration, and this week they're back with the third partnership celebrating Andy Warhol. Available online now, the kicks feature everything from cow heads to flowers.