JJJJound Brings An Olive Green To Its Third Reebok Club C

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Over the past few years, “JJJJound” has gone from relative obscurity to global recognition. To welcome spring, the Montreal-based creative studio has unveiled a third Reebok Club C collaboration.

Akin to its first two takes on the court model, the unreleased sneaker features a mostly white ensemble. High-quality leather lands across the upper, while a reliable and comfortable sole unit introduces black tread into the mix. Details along the sides of the top-half interrupt the clean outfit, but pale in comparison to the terry cloth inner liner’s olive green finish. The muted, but noticeable contrasting color bears semblance to other projects from the Justin R. Saunders agency. The military garb-appropriate hue, however, doesn’t detract from the minimal design approach of most JJJJound collaborations. The sneaker’s shoe box is also likely to feature a deep green color across co-branding.

Enjoy a closer look at the pair ahead, as you wait for official reebok.com launch details.

For more from the Massachusetts-based brand, check out the Reebok “4/20” collection.


UPDATE (03/30/2023):
A release date has been scheduled for April 6th, 2023.

JJJJound x Reebok Club C "Olive"

RELEASE DATE: Apr 6, 2023

US 04/06/2023 Thursday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
JJJJound 10:00 Ships worldwide Standard Check Site -

Photos via JJJJound on Instagram

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