Cam'ron x Reebok Return to Unveil a DMX Run 10 Collaboration

Inspired by Harlem nights.

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Reebok has officially announced that it’ll be dropping another collaborative sneaker alongside Cam’ron. This time around the duo will be using the DMX Run 10 model rather than the Ventilator Supreme as used on the Fleebok 2. The sneaker welcomes a “Harlem Nights” inspiration due to its all-black coloring. Cam’ron’s culinary favorite in tilapia makes its way into the mix thanks to a fishscale pattern being placed on the sneaker’s toe and heel areas. Pony hair is incorporated down its tongue as an homage to Cam’ron’s signature fur coat in addition to its lining while its outsole hosts a black and purple translucent combo. In addition, the sneaker sees nods to Cam’s “Killa” nickname and some of his lyrics.

The Cam’ron x Reebok DMX 10 Run will drop on November 27 for a retail price of $200 USD via select Reebok retailers and reebok.com.

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