The sneaker features a variation of textures and tones with gray technical mesh overlays and contrasting orange and black leather panels. Yellow detailing is found on the tongue’s logo tab, along the edges of the orange leather panels and on Reebok and “DMX” panels situated on the midsole and around the shoe’s upper. The latest Daytona DMX II is further elevated with lace-up fastening, a striped heel tab and a chunky EVA midsole. Intentionally or not, Reebok’s bright orange and black sneakers serve as a subtle Halloween-themed footwear option.
Retailing for $150 USD, the orange Daytona DMX II sneakers are available now on LN-CC’s website.
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