In recent memory, Kerby Jean-Raymond has stay connected to the world of footwear by focusing on occasional launches of his first in-house silhouette with Pyer Moss — the Sculpt sneaker. However, to close out the month of October, the talented designer is reuniting with the folks over at Reebok to advance the catalog of the Experiment 4 Fury Trail with a fresh “Emergency” colorway. This last time that these two parties joined forces on this model was back approximately one year ago when they introduced the chunky runner in an “Old White” palette.
The presentation of these kicks leans on tones that are both neutral and flashy. The former is seen through a various shadings of gray that see their way onto the mesh base layers, mudguards, heel counters and split-in-two sole units, while the latter is present on the thick lace shroud and toggles which come submerged in a vivid orange. Interior liners slightly peak out and are executed with a solid black coat, while notes of yellow, blue and orange appear on the branded heel tabs.
Interested in copping? These are expected to launch on October 23 exclusively via Pyer Moss for $250 USD.
In other sneaker news, Reebok just unveiled its “Damenosis” collaboration between Damian Lillard and Shaq.