The Reebok Beatnik was one of many cozy indoor-outdoor footwear staples that dominated 2020, and now the shoe is back to take over summer 2021.
This time around, we’re treated to a Beatnik made from quilted cotton, which is stitched to create pillows of plushy goodness and an apron that runs down the middle of the shoe. Served up in an orange tone, Reebok combines the mule with a large black branded ankle strap made from a webbing material, while the bottom half tells a different story.
For the sole unit, Reebok opts for a two-tone set-up, which if we recall correctly is seldom done on the Beatnik. A cream midsole is complemented by a brown lugged outsole, which combined with the orange upper, make this pair a Beatnik that will see you through summer and well into fall — weather depending.
Take a look at the Reebok Beatnik above, and expect it to drop at stockists such as Overkill on July 1. It is priced at €120 EUR (approx. $143 USD).
Elsewhere in the footwear world, Nike has explained how you can get your hands on the Off-White™ x Nike Dunk Low ‘The 50” pack.