The Reebok Daytona "MU Pack" Gets a Release Date

Bringing back the retro vibes.

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Following the recently released Reebok Daytona DMX MU “Timeless Teal,” Reebok is back with three new renditions of the 1990’s running classic to make up the four-pair “MU Pack.”

Boasting a chunky DMX-cushioned outsole unit, the nostalgia-infused Daytona will be returning in four unique colorways — the previously mentioned black-based “Timeless Teal” model, a sleek “Blue Slate” version with orange and grey highlights, a clean “Skull Grey” and white model dressed with red hits, and a playful “Crushed Cobalt” iteration donning pink tones.

The varying sneakers are expected to retail for $120 USD and are slated for a December 12 release via Reebok’s web store.

Be sure to check out the “MU Pack” above, and for more Reebok news make sure you don’t miss out on the upcoming 24 Kilates x Reebok F.C.V.K Vol. II release.

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