A sneaker collaboration allows a unique opportunity for each party involved. For the sneaker brands, it allows them to utilize creative input from an outside source. For the collaborating partners, it allows them to tell their own stories and give silhouettes a unique spin. When done right, they can educate and excite their fanbases, while giving us a hot new sneaker to wear in the process.

In early December, we selected a handful of sneakers for consideration for the Best Collaboration of 2015 and then let you, the readers, determine the results.  Here's how you voted:

Fragment x Nike Sock Dart

Rank: 10
Percentage of Vote: 4%


Ronnie Fieg x Diadora RF7000

Rank: 9
Percentage of Vote: 4%


Sneaker Freaker x Packer x Puma Blaze of Glory

Rank: 8
Percentage of Vote: 5%


Raeekwon x Packer x Diadora N.9000

Rank: 7
Percentage of Vote: 5%


PSNY x Air Jordan 12

Rank: 6
Percentage of Vote: 6%


Concepts x ASICS Gel Lyte 3 “Boston Tea Party”

Rank: 5
Percentage of Vote: 6%


Don C x Air Jordan 2

Rank: 4
Percentage of Vote: 10%


Supreme x Air Jordan 5

Rank: 2a
Percentage of Vote: 12% (The Supreme x Air Jordan 5 collection and Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan 4 received the exact same number of votes)


Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan 4

Rank: 2
Percentage of Vote: 12% (The Supreme x Air Jordan 5 collection and Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan 4 received the exact same number of votes)


Drake x Air Jordan 10

Rank: 1
Percentage of Vote: 13%


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