Reebok by Pyer Moss Releasing Daytona Experiment 2 in 'Shades of Black'

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While fans await the official debut of the Reebok by Pyer Moss Experiment 3, which designer Kerby Jean-Raymond recently teased on his Instagram, the collaborators have unveiled another version of their Daytona Experiment 2 sneaker. After releasing editions in “Fiercegold,” “Multi Suede,” “Chalk” and white, the latest rounds out the line-up with an all-black treatment.

The newest Daytona Experiment, dubbed “Shades of Black,” features a suede fabrication on the upper alongside textured swatches that provide varying levels of darkness. A glossy midsole adds a lustrous shine to the style, while simultaneously housing subtle “DMX” branding in an exposed window. Gold aglets on the laces offer the finishing touch.

 The jet-black style will be the final shoe in the Reebok by Pyer Moss Daytona Experiment range. Priced at $200, the style drops in the early morning of February 2, exclusively on PyerMoss.com.

Jean-Raymond’s other recent collaborations include working with Future, in which he created a graphic T-shirt boasting a quote from André 3000.

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