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Prince And Reebok’s Shared Tennis Heritage Inspired This Club C And Apparel Collection

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Although recent years have seen Reebok dominate spaces like CrossFit, the England-founded brand has a long history within the world of tennis. To harken back to its past, the Massachusetts-based brand has tapped Prince for a footwear and apparel capsule celebrating their shared tennis heritage.

T-shirt, shorts and more clothing items are included in the upcoming collection, but the range’s protagonists are two iterations of the Reebok Club C, a silhouette originally designed for the game. The low-top sneaker maintains the 85 and Revenge’s standard builds, while indulging in vibrant bright cobalt, green and yellow as part of Prince’s well-known penchant for statement-making colors. The 51-year-old racket pioneer also stamps every proposition from the collaboration with its namesake and iconic “P” logo. Together, each component that lands on both the partnership’s footwear and apparel pay homage to tennis gear of yesteryear, the sports’ courts themselves and the vibrant city of Miami for offerings that seamlessly combine sport and lifestyle.

Enjoy campaign imagery for the gender-fluid collaborative project here below, and find all items arriving to Reebok.com on September 10th. Pricing is as follows: All sneakers are $100 USD each. Jackets are also $100 USD; shorts $75 USD; polo shirts $70 USD; t-shirts $55 USD; and long-sleeve tees $50 USD.

For more sneaker news, check out the Joe Freshgoods New Balance 990v3 also set to launch globally on September 10th.