Reebok Dresses the Beatnik in "Natural Dye" for Outdoors-Inspired Capsule

Arriving in “Beige” to represent the earth and “Blue” to represent the water.

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Reebok has returned to its Beatnik sandal with two new colorways for the “Natural Dye” pack. The capsule takes inspiration from outdoor exploration, with the “Beige” colorway influenced by the color of the earth, while the “Blue” design is taken from water.

The two colorways are constructed using a natural dyeing process that gives the pack its name. This process also creates a color variation on each fabric, so that every pair of “Natural Dye” Beatniks will be slightly different. As well as the “Beige” and “Blue” colorways, the silhouette features a mountain design across the midfoot and heel straps, inspired by the traditional straps used to secure your belongings when walking, sailing or kayaking.

The Reebok Beatnik “Natural Dye” pack will release in July, and will be available via the Reebok web store and select stockists for $120 USD.

If the “Natural Dye” pack takes your fancy, take a look at the Beatnik in a recently-released orange colorway.

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