END. & Reebok Bring Metal and Neon to DMX Trail Shadow "Mercury"

Featuring metallic silver and bold hits of color.

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Following its recent Converse collaboration, UK-based retailer END. has linked up with Reebok for an eye-catching new take on the DMX Trail Shadow silhouette. The resulting “Mercury” collaboration sees a metallic silver color used as the base, which is offset by bold detailing in neon red and green.

The shoe is constructed from a rubberized mesh complete with TPU caging. Elsewhere, the silhouette comes with DMX SHEAR air-transfer cushioning, while an EVA sockliner adds further cushioning. In keeping with its trail-inspired design, the sneaker also features a lugged rubber outsole.

Take a look at the END. x Reebok DMX Trail Shadow “Mercury” in the gallery above. The sneaker is set to release online via the END. Launches platform on February 23.

In other footwear news, Reebok has also worked with Billionaire Boys Club ICE CREAM.

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END. x Reebok DMX Trail Shadow “Mercury”

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