Reebok Classics “Ghosts of Christmas” Pack – Holiday 2013

March 22, 2013 BY

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It’s amazing that a story told in the early-mid 19th century known as “A Christmas Carol” has such a presence in pop culture today. Sometimes it’ll turn out amazing, like Reebok’s upcoming Holiday 2013 release known as the “Ghosts of Christmas” Pack; featuring three of Reebok Classics’ most popular models in the Question, Shaq Attaq, and Kamikaze II, this trio of releases hones in on the three “Ghosts of Christmas” with the representing the Future, Present, and Past, respectively. These are merely catalog scans so the final productions could be different, but we do at the very least get an idea of the Holiday-inspired themes surrounding this supernatural folktale. Check out the individual scans below and let us know what your initial reactions are to this interesting development, and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates.

Reebok Question “Ghost of Christmas Future”

Reebok Shaq Attaq “Ghost of Christmas Present”

Reebok Kamikaze II “Ghost of Christmas Past”

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