The Final Reebok x Eames Office Collection Releases On December 11th

An end to the partnership that began in 2021.

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And just like that, the industry-pushing partnership between Reebok and Eames Office comes to a close on December 11th.

Since October 2021, the aforementioned duo have been championing design, bringing together two-seemingly different worlds in the name of collaboration. Spearheaded by Leo Gamboa, the partnership between the English-born, Massachusetts-based sportswear giant and American studio founded by Charles and Ray Eames in 1940 delivered more than a handful of products rooted in heritage and meant to inspire future creativity. Icons from Reebok’s catalog referenced known and archival prints and other efforts from Eames Office, offering fashion enthusiasts and design aficionados alike familiar and refreshing items.

For its final collection, the Reebok x Eames Office partnership has highlighted the Instapump Fury, Classic Nylon, and Beatnik Sandal silhouettes. The last collaborative capsule releases via reebok.com and select stockists on December 11th. Pricing ranges from $130 USD to $200 USD.

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Reebok x Eames Classic Nylon

Reebok x Eames Instapump Fury 95

Reebok x Eames Beatnik

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