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East London’s 194 Local Adds Pony Hair To The Reebok Beatnik Moc

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Although Reebok continues to revisit its storied basketball catalog, the Massachusetts-based brand keeps delivering footwear for the great outdoors. Case in point?: The Beatnik Moc, which has gotten a hairy makeover courtesy of 194 Local.

Headquartered in East London, 194 Local specializes in “vintage menswear designer clothing [and] collectibles from the mid 80’s to the late 2000’s,” according to its website. For its Reebok collaboration, the English imprint has taken on the Beatnik Moc, giving the boot-like silhouette an upper combining pony hair and suede. Additionally, the off-road-appropriate design features sherpa lining ready for cold temperatures. The insole and pull tab on the Reebok Beatnik Moc – which is offered in two ensembles – are stamped with “194” branding, denoting the latest takes on the rugged model as special. Lastly, both “Brown” and “Tan” offerings sit atop a serrated outsole informed by moccasins and hiking boots.

Enjoy detailed images of the collaboration below, and head over to 194local.com to secure your pairs right now for £120 (approximately $144 USD).

For more sneaker news, check out the Reebok Question Mid “Orange Toe” landing on March 16.

Photos via Reebok