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Jun Watanabe x Reebok Insta Pump Fury – Spring/Summer 2012

March 21, 2012 BY / 2

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Mr. Bottle Head is the kind of character you could imagine engaging in habitual patterns, so here’s hoping that Jun Watanabe’s latest collaboration with Reebok is a sign of many to come.  The latest Jun Watanabe x Reebok Insta Pump Fury is very similar to the last on paper: black and white spotted design accented by bright accents in the red and blue range for a wild look befitting 1993’s most forward thinking runner.  But this latest pair re-balances the black/white distribution and varies the sizes of its dots, a look that coupled with a gradient for the color pop midsole, adds to the significant differences between this pair and last summer’s.  Check out the new version in detailed images after the jump and hit up your overseas connects to get a pair from Asian RBK retailers like Limited Edt.

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DJR

These look awful

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