Release Date: August 31
Editor's Notes: Can't have too much of a good thing, right? Picking up right where last year's collab left off, the duo are back in action with a fresh set of collaborative Reebok silhouettes. There's not much new ground being broken here, as these are two well-trodden models for BAPE, but these may be some of the cleanest colorways the duo have done to date.
Like the previous Club C, BAPE and Reebok's latest low-top sports that inimitable star on the medial side and "BAPESTA" branding on the heel, making it a solid alternative to the chunkier OG model.
It's kinda funny to see a shoe originally inspired by the AF1 given new life atop one of Reebok's court silhouettes, but it's — dare I say — a better look for the all-white style, shaping up to be a bit cleaner than a conventional pair.
Another Instapump Fury is also here. A perennial best-seller in Japan, it's hardly surprising that BAPE is bringing back the chunky runner. Nor is it surprising that the sneaker sports three hues of 1ST CAMO, making for a truly, er, bold shoe.
Confusingly, "BAPESTA" verbiage again appeasr on the heel, despite this one lacking any BAPESTA nods, but at least there's an APE HEAD logo on the Pump button.
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