Highs and Lows x Reebok GL6000 Sneakers

In celebration of its 5th anniversary, Australian retailer Highs and Lows, also known as HAL,

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In celebration of its 5th anniversary, Australian retailer Highs and Lows, also known as HAL, collaborated with Reebok on its own rendition of the classic GL6000. Taking on a mostly tame colorway, the sneaker blends a grey/white base with blue and red hues, capped off with silver accenting and a gingham inner lining. Dual branding on the tongue adds just enough extra incentive to a well-produced collaboration.

Source: Sneaker Freaker

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