Vetements' FW18 Reebok Collaboration is Available for Pre-Order Now

New Sock Runners & InstaPump Furies.

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Vetements‘ seasonal collaboration with Reebok continues into Fall/Winter 2018, with the joint sneakers now available for pre-order. The new release includes black and white colorways of the “Monogram” InstaPump Fury, both of which feature Vetements’ logo in a repeated print across the dual-textile upper.

As well as the InstaPump Fury release, the collection also includes new Sock Runner designs including the “Left” and “Right” branded version that first made an appearance in Spring/Summer 2018. The other new Sock Trainer design features a chunky sole and repeated Vetements and Reebok logos in either white or yellow and purple. The full capsule is available to pre-order from the Antonioli web store now, the pricing for each pair is set at £655 (approx. $875 USD) and they should arrive by September 30.

In other footwear news, check out new adidas Originals ARKYN colorways.

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Vetements x Reebok Fall/Winter 2018 Sneakers Pre-Order

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