Reebok Classic Introduces Stash and Graffiti Culture

While the Reebok Classic may have been crafted for the running boom in the late ’80s, its vintage construction and Union Flag logo has made it an iconic silhouette synonymous to street culture. Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, Reebok Classic has teamed up with graffiti pioneer Stash on a reiteration of the famed sneaker. Here, the seminal street artist highlights the golden years of train painting, the thrill that comes along with it, and the similarities between street art and sneaker culture — furthermore explaining why Reebok Classics are the sneaker of choice when on the run.

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