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Limited Edt. x Reebok Classic Leather

September 17, 2013 BY / 1

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The Year of the Snake is a natural fit for the sneaker world during this period dominated by prints, both animal and otherwise.  Curiously, Reebok Classics haven’t taken the opportunity to get in tune with the times on any of their 30th anniversary CL editions before this one.  The Limited Edt. x Reebok Classic Leather remedies that with one of the more audacious snakeskin treatments of the year, a green iridescent scaled upper giving way to rainbow reflections and bright pink accents.  Whether these will arrive stateside like mita’s or remain an Asia exclusive as with atmos’ mids remains to be seen, so take a closer look after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for the latest.

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Enrik
Enrik

classic reeboks getting a makeover, not bad

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