Barcelona-based brand 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi has teamed up with local sneaker store 24 Kilates on their own collaboration of the Reebok Insta Pump Fury for the iconic shoe's ongoing 20th anniversary. The shoe references Boris Bidjan Saberi's "Bamba" sneaker and transfers various design elements to the Insta Pump Fury silhouette. The outcome is a graphic black-and-white design that plays with trompe l'oeil, geometric cuts and subtle over-stitching, while remaining true to the brand's contemporary style. The shoe will release worldwide on March 15 at select retailers including 24 Kilates.

To coincide with the exclusive collaboration, 11 by BBS, 24 Kilates and Reebok will be hosting an official launch for the sneaker at the 24 Kilates store on March 15 from 6 p.m.

24 Kilates Carrer del Comerç 29 Barcelona, Spain

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