Tyrrell Winston Will Release 100 Signed Reebok Club C’s Exclusively In Hong Kong

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Visual artist Tyrrell Winston is a fairly new collaborator to Reebok. Yet, the creative’s offerings have quickly garnered a strong following amongst fashionable folks.

Currently in Hong Kong for an installation titled “Double Technical,” Winston recently teased 100 signed pairs of an unreleased Reebok Club C. According to the artist, the pairs will only release in Hong Kong over the next 24 hours. The shoes are set to launch at BELOWGROUND in Hong Kong alongside a collection prepped with Benjamin Edgar.

Akin to Winston’s inaugural Question Mid and Club C propositions, the newly-surfaced pair features a clean, mostly-white look. Reebok branding on the lateral side opts for a muted green finish, while the Union Jack flag nods to the brand’s British roots. A large black “W” lands on the tongue labels. Lastly, sole units also favor a dark green finish, rounding out the understated sneaker.

Winston’s installation, “Double Technical,” will be on display at LANDMARK Hong Kong from March 18 to March 31. The shoe will not see a reebok.com launch.

For more sneaker news, check out the Air Max 1 ’86 “Big Bubble” set to release before the month ends.

Photos via Tyrrell Winston on Instagram

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