Footpatrol Unveils the Reebok Workout Lo Plus "Blackbuck"

The UK stalwarts link up for the fifth time.

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Two UK-born staples are joining forces for the fifth time as Footpatrol and Reebok have connected to drop a special rendition of the low-top Workout Plus. Following the likes of 2015’s Ventilator “Hotstepper,” the new drop takes on a “Blackbuck” motif as it pays homage to the Indian antelope of the same name. Echoing the look of the swift ungulate, the collaborative design sees the trainer in a two-toned black and white look as it couples pigskin nubuck construction with a pony hair H-strap. Throughout, white accents decorate everything from the branding to the rubber outsole while custom graphic footbeds appear along with custom lacing — not to mention a yet-to-be-revealed easter egg that’s reserved for the lucky few who are able to get their hands on the release.

The Workout Lo Plus “Blackbuck” drops in-store and online at Footpatrol this Saturday, May 13.

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