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Reebok has teamed up with Daniel Moon once again for another sneaker collaboration.
The sportswear brand confirmed via its release calendar that the Los Angeles-based hair colorist and founder of the salon HAIR Los Angeles has reimagined the classic Club C and Classic Leather silhouettes for their latest project with two iterations for each silhouette arriving before the month’s end.
According to Reebok, the collaborative Classic Leather styles feature four-color gradients designed by Moon and are inspired by some of the brand’s iconic advertisements from the ’80s. The uppers are constructed with a plush terry cloth material as a nod to ’80s Reebok sneakers while referencing the must-have towel for every hair stylist. Adding to the look are multicolored suede overlays to make the shoe stand out.
Rounding out the collab is the two new Club C styles wearing ombré color schemes that are inspired by some of Moon’s signature designs. Similar to the first model, a soft terry cloth material is used for the Club C’s upper while a white midsole and a boldly colored outsole sit below.
In related Reebok news, Adidas AG confirmed today that it has sold Reebok to Authentic Brands Group (ABG) for about $2.5 billion.