Reebok has revived a retro sneaker from the vault for its recent release, bringing back the DMX6 MMI that originally made its debut in 2001. The early ’00s model returns as a one-to-one update of the classic, which was designed with an industrial aesthetic and marked by its distinctive jagged sole.
It’s crafted of a textile upper with synthetic overlays and offered in two colorways, including a pared-down “Grey/White” edition and a brighter version with pops of “Lime” throughout. The shoe is equipped with the brand’s DMX technology for enhanced cushioning, while logos are placed on the lateral side and on the tongue for branding. A contrasting lace keeper and pull tab round out the details.
Priced at $140 USD, the DMX6 MMI shoes are available now at Reebok’s webstore.