When it debuted in 1985, Reebok‘s Club C was presented as an elegant tennis silhouette, one that would grant the wearer entry into any racquet-swinging club. In the years since then it’s morphed into a beloved lifestyle silhouette, and now, in celebration of its 35th anniversary, the Club C has released in a brand-new “Color Pack.”
Equipped with “Glen Green,” “Legacy Red” or “Fierce Gold” embellishments, this trifecta of tennis-inspired styles keeps things mostly subtle, but adds a touch of flair to nod to the Club C’s inclusive nature. Each pair is built from white leather, with its corresponding colored accents draped over the sockliner and heel tab. There’s also a dash of colored piping that runs under the collar and a signature Reebok Union Jack hit on the quarter.
Tongue patches and insoles offer the most direct nod to the collection’s inspiration by way of a special graphic that shows crossed tennis racquets. Meanwhile, pebbled white rubber midsoles and contrasting outsoles round off all three styles. This release continues a busy stretch for the Club C, following up a crisp “International Sports” collection and a preview of a new JJJJound collaboration.
All three styles from the Reebok Club C “Color Pack” are available now via the Reebok webstore, and each is priced at $80 USD.