Reebok Court Victory / ERS Models For Shoe Biz

Reebok pumped out 70 pairs of a Court Victory Pump and 80 pairs of an ERS Racer for San Francisco based boutique Shoe Biz. The sneaker’s aesthetic is a play-off of the Dinosaur that is present at the store-front of True Biz’s shop. Taking the ode to the Dino one step further, the sneakers also feature embroidery on the heel depicting the animal. The Court Victory will run you $135, and the ERS costs $95. Check in with Shoe Biz, or hit some of your pen-pals from SF to cop ‘em for you.

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Reebok Court Victory / ERS Models For Shoe Biz

Reebok pumped out 70 pairs of a Court Victory Pump and 80 pairs of an ERS Racer for San Francisco based boutique Shoe Biz. The sneaker’s aesthetic is a play-off of the Dinosaur that is present at the store-front of True Biz’s shop. Taking the ode to the Dino one step further, the sneakers also feature embroidery on the heel depicting the animal. The Court Victory will run you $135, and the ERS costs $95. Check in with Shoe Biz, or hit some of your pen-pals from SF to cop ‘em for you.

Reebok Court Victory / ERS Models For Shoe Biz

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