have a good time & Reebok Introduce Bespoke Track Gear and Sneakers

Revised retro sportswear.

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Casual Japanese imprint have a good time pairs up with Reebok for a reworked range of sporty goods. A tracksuit, shirt and two different pairs of sneakers all offer variations of have a good time’s branding and signature red detailing.

Reebok’s Vector tracksuit boasts striking red accents in the Reebok logo and co-branding across a white top and contrasting black pants, while a long-sleeved shirt features similar graphics. Both the Club C and Classic Leather also see revisions as part of the capsule, with monochrome colors serving as the base of the colorways. Each sneaker features have a good time’s iconic branding on the sides and comes with both tonal laces and a pair outlined in the brand’s trademark red.

Shop the collaboration when it drops on February 9 via BEAMS or Reebok JP’s web site and check out the teaser video below. Most recently, have a good time teamed with Goodhood on a set of collaborative graphic shirts.

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