Bodega & Reebok Come Together for a "Shanghai" Pack

Expressing elements of the city’s urban landscape.

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Building on their established relationship, Bodega and Reebok recently came together once again for a release inspired by Shanghai’s urban landscape.

Launching at this year’s Innersect festival, the collab pays homage to Reebok’s early ’90s era running silhouettes through reworks of the classic Daytona DMX, Aztrek and Run.R 96 models. The “Shanghai” footwear pack will also be accompanied by an apparel range, comprised of a tracksuit, fleece pullover, short- and long- sleeve T-shirts and socks. Complimenting the sneaker releases, the garment range is decorated with an array of matching gradients, 3M hits and neon accents that mimic the tones of the Chinese city.

The Bodega x Reebok “Shanghai” pack is set to pre-launch on December 7 at Innersect with a wider release to follow.

In case you missed it, Reebok recently dropped the second version of the Daytona Experiment by Pyer Moss.

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