Official Look at Brain Dead's Reebok Classic Leather

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Following the first look in April and an official reveal earlier this week, Brain Dead and Reebok have shared an official look at its collaborative take on the Classic Leather silhouette. Reimagining the retro model with rich earthy hues, the old school runner gets updated with an assortment of premium suede and leather.

The shoe’s upper employs a black mesh base, accented by fuzzy “Moss” suede. The logo caging at the midfoot utilizes a “Soft Camel” colored leather, with a hit of purple leather at the heel. Various details of the traditional have been flipped to reflect the limited collaboration, with “Brain Dead” replacing the normative Reebok branding on the latter side. The tongue patch remains emblazoned by the streetwear imprint’s head logo, finished by “Brain Dead” on the heel and a pair of extra-fuzzy yellow laces. This all sits atop a contrasting two-tone midsole in black and “Filtered Yellow.”

Take a detailed look at Brain Dead’s Reebok Classic Leather above. The shoes are set to drop on Brain Dead’s webstore on June 18 at 10 a.m. PDT for $150 USD, with Reebok expected to stock them shortly following on June 19.

In case you missed it, Brain Dead recently released a plethora of lifestyle goods.

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