This latest Run 10 takes its grey, red and white colorway from the look of the very first Sneakersnstuff location in Stockholm, which began its operations in 1999. The collaboration is being billed as a way to celebrate the “heritage and symbiosis” between the aforementioned store and this new joint effort. A “throwback” picture of the Sneakersnstuff founder is even on the custom insole, giving another nod to Sneakersnstuff’s origins.
You can take a look at Sneakersnstuff and Reebok’s new DMX Run 10 collaboration above. The sneaker will retail for $150 USD, and is scheduled to hit the shelves of Sneakersnstuff locations on October 19 and arrive on the global retail market on October 25.
Previously, Sneakersnstuff connected with adidas Originals for a George Clinton-promoted Yung-1 collaboration.