Brand: Eric Emanuel x Reebok

Model: Club C

Key Features: Eric Emanuel's Reebok Club C is offered in four colorways, each with white premium leather uppers complemented by bright pops of color inspired by collegiate colors. The designer's brand logo is debossed on the heel, while a custom Eric Emanuel emblem appears on the insole.

Release Date: August 14

Price: $110


Editor’s Notes: The Eric Emanuel empire continues to blossom, as the burgeoning designer is gearing up for another sneaker collaboration. After working with Reebok on the Question Mid, Emanuel now sets his sights on a more everyday-appropriate silhouette, the Club C.

“The Club C is the first shoe I have done that I can honestly say is an everyday shoe, and that makes me so happy,” Emanuel said, “I am a creature of habit and tend to wear the same shoes for months at a time; I get hooked on the silhouette until something new catches my eye. I am saving tons of each color for myself as I want to wear these FOREVER.”

Optioned in Energy Orange/Collegiate Navy, Regal Purple/Retro Yellow, Cherry Tomato/Smoky Taupe, and Ultramarine/Black colorways, the collaborative Club C draws from Emanuel's affinity for back-to-school shopping as a kid. The basic color schemes ultimately allow the sneaker to be easily matched with various staples in any wardrobe.

All four colorways of the Eric Emanuel x Reebok Club C will be available on at on August 14, with the orange iteration being an online-exclusive. The purple, red, and blue colorways launch globally on on August 21.

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