JUUN.J and Reebok Link Up for a Futuristic Take on a Retro Classic

The JUUN.J Pump Court Shoes will be available November 5.

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JUUN.J will make its futuristic take on the Reebok Pump Court shoe available to consumers following its appearance at the brand’s fetish-inspired, leather-heavy Fall/Winter 2020 runway show earlier this year. The sneaker will be available in four sleek colorways next Thursday.

The JUUN.J Pump Court, inspired by a never-released Steve Smith prototype from 1995, translates the retro model to the world of high-fashion with premium metallic leathers and a striking finishes like a mesh upper and a redesigned molded TPU piece.

The shoes release to U.S. customers on November 5 via the Reebok webstore at $280 USD.

Reebok has kept the collabs coming recently; HYPEBEAST spoke to DTLR founder June Sanders about the iconic Kamikaze II in an exclusive interview ahead of the launch of the DTLR x Reebok Kamikaze II “Glory Years.”

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