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See Cool Stefani, Missy, Good Charlotte Sneakers

Musicians get their kicks -- by putting their personal stamp on a pair.

By: SPIN Staff // January 29, 2009

1. Good CharlotteJoel and Benji Madden’s DCMA Collective clothing line — known for its tattoo-art graphics and black-and-red-centric palette — has joined with K-Swiss for the K-DCMA line of sneakers, which includes the wrestling-shoe-like Hof Hi, made of canvas and leather and featuring the boys’ trademark brass knuckles. Because when you’re carrying your girlfriend’s Chihuahua, you gotta look tough somehow. dcmacollective.com, $70

2. Kidz in the Hall These ’80s-inspired Reeboks come with a Kidz-remixed old-school hip-hop track as part of the brand’s Classic Re-Mix series. footlocker.com, $70

3. Gwen Stefani The singer’s L.A.M.B. Caza low-tops, produced through Royal Elastics, prove she does have a restrained side. royalelastics.com, $135

4. Pink Floyd As part of its British Rock line, Converse screen-prints the band’s iconic Wish You Were Here cover onto Chuck Taylor high-tops. converse.com, $55

5. Missy Elliott While Timba land waits, Missy drops these patent leather Adidas Respect M.E. kicks with her second-favorite collaborator. adidas.com, $85

6. Bad Brains These limited-edition organic cotton canvas chukka boots from Vans pay tribute to the punk pioneers’ Rasta side. vans.com, $80