Reebok Revealed Their Next Collaboration With Brain Dead
Have you heard the news yet? Reebok Revealed Their Next Collaboration With Brain Dead, and we’re expecting some extraordinary pairs to drop! The LA-based fashionwear brand recently brought the word of their collab to light in an exciting way. A unique Ancient Aliens style video directed by the famous director, Jonny Look exposed the contemporary new runners that are about to enter the sneaker world.
If you haven’t seen the latest Reebok and Brain Dead collaborative sneaks, hurry! It won’t be long before these ingenious new boots hit the stores, so you should get prepared. Reebok Revealed Their Next Collaboration With Brain Dead, and here’s all that you need to know for now. We will update you with release updates and sneaker news as soon as we receive it! So, follow us on FastSoleUK, and be the first to get your hands 0n this latest launch!
The duo teased two striking additions, including a Pump Court and a Beatnik silhouette. Of the two iterations, here’s the Pump Court pair of the upcoming collection, flaunting a creamy white, and blue colour theme. This unique model also shows off animal prints covering the entire toe box, for a unique look.
These sneaks are made to deliver knowledge of ancient tech, according to the LA brand, that is slowly losing a presence in today’s youth, alongside ultra-high performance and style! So, hop on and cop the unfathomable new trainer, that’s dropping to take over the sneaker industry!
Here’s the Beatnik version, also dropping this season, and this pair displays a rather bold appearance! A stunning Navy and light bluish theme cover the entire forefoot, with a velcro strap at the back. Hence, these sandal like shoes are convenient for the summer heat, and is unimaginably easy to style!
The velcro fastening strap at the midfoot also makes way for animal prints, similar to its sibling pair. A sing fitting upper, paired with contemporary midsole cushioning, makes this pair as comfy as it gets. So, you better not miss em’!
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