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Reebok The Rail – Grey – Teal – Pink

March 29, 2014 BY / 2

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Things are moving so fast these days; just think back to how much has changed in the sneaker world since the ‘South Beach’ LeBron 8 debuted in 2010.  With the rate of change only accelerating, it’s crazy to imagine where we’ll be in another nearly two decades, which is about how long it’s been since Glenn Robinson’s Reebok Rail debuted at retail.  We get a bit of temporal disturbance with this new pair applying a South Beach or Miami Vice look to the Rail as rendered in suede with a patent leather Rail.  Check out some more angles after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for US release info.

 


Source: Dunk.com.cn

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2 comments
aldiddy81
aldiddy81

i might camp out for these at Famous Footwear tomorrow!!!

phatmattd03
phatmattd03

Arguably decent if not for the patent leather. Does anyone honestly like that stuff?



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