Earlier this week Reebok announced two very cool product collabs, including the wider release of the recent collab with the rapper Curren$y, the Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85, as well as the launch of the Reebok Classic x Mita Workout Low Clean.
Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85:
Originally launched during an intimate Curren$y performance at Sneaker Politics in New Orleans for the recent annual basketball festivities, the Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85 will be available for a wider release on Reebok.com starting today.
Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85 is inspired by the legacy Curren$y has built, both in and out of studio. The shoe features several design elements special to him, including both “Jet Life” branding at the heel and “Andretti OG” logo on the insole, a premium hairy green suede upper with GUM bottom, and a hidden stash pocket behind the tongue label.
Reebok Classic x Mita Sneakers Workout Low Clean:
The second announcement release today features a collab with Reebok Classic and Tokyo’s mita sneakers to update its classic cross-trainer with a military-inspired vibe, called the Reebok Classic x Mita Sneakers Workout Low Clean. The new collab splices two Reebok models together, flaunting ‘Coyote Brown’ suede and rugged canvas lifted directly from the Reebok Hyper Velocity boot combat boot, with grab-handle heel tabs that add an extra layer of military-spec fashion influence, and is capped off with dual-branded insoles that display mita sneakers’ famous chain-link fence.
The new Reebok Classic x Mita Sneakers Workout Low Clean is the first official partnership in Reebok Classics’ “Year of Fitness” campaign that will run throughout 2017.
The Reebok x Mita Sneakers Workout Low Clean is $119.99 and will be released on Saturday, March 11th at mita sneakers and additional Reebok retailers worldwide.
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