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Reebok Brings Back The Shaq Attaq “Modern” Ahead Of Documentary Debut

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Well known to have an affinity for martial arts, Shaq aggressively integrated Eastern culture into his own brand, proffering “Shaq Fu” merchandise as well as what is considered to be one of the worst video games of the 90s. Alongside, his relationship with Reebok often delved into this side of the athlete’s interests as the Shaq Attaq can clearly attest. Now, ahead of his forthcoming documentary, the silhouette is making a return in its vibrant black and yellow “Modern” colorway — one that pays homage to both Shaq himself as well as the jumpsuit worn by the late Bruce Lee. Vibrant striping paints down the entire center construction, dyeing the laces and pump with it, while the medial and lateral side depart by way of an extremely loud yellow tone. The tooling blends in despite a lighter shading on the midsole, carbon fiber supports the instep, and then the heel marks with the inspiration’s signature dunking logo. Grab a detailed look at these right here and find them available now in limited quantities at Reebok.com.

In other news, a JJJJound Reebok Classic Nylon is on the way.

Reebok Shaq Attaq “Modern”
Style Code: BD4602

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