WMNS Reebok Freestyle ‘Divinity Greek’ Pack – Fall/Winter 2010
As of late, women have been getting some really strong concepts and colorways as far as sneaker releases. Here we see Reebok trying to up the ante with an entire collection concept specifically for the ladies. Using Greek mythology as a foundation, a pack of three Reebok Freestyles taken on some famous Greek Goddesses for design foundations. First off is Medusa; one of the more recognized persons from Greek Myths. The upper takes on a stoney look, to represent the outcome of looking into her eyes. The heel ankle collars get a snakeskin treatment, which perfectly suit Medusa’s snake hair because of the shape of the padding.
Secondly you’ll see a pair of Freestyles that draw inspiration from Callisto. Turned into a bear because of a love triangle, she later killed and reborn as the constellation Ursa Major, better known as The Big Dipper. Hence the pitch black leather upper with constellation patterns.
And lastly, Athena, the daughter of Zeus. Mostly synonymous with her shield and helmet, its fitting to see the colorway use a bronzy armor look, with an actual shield graphic on the heel. Athena’s trusty owl gets some shine with feather graphics along almost the entire forefoot of the shoe. These won’t be out for a while as they are part of Reebok’s Fall/Winter collection. via Provider.