Early this year, Reebok christened 2016 as the "Year of Court" and set about re-releasing a load of its classic tennis shoes, including the Club C, Phase 1 Pro, NPC and NPC UK. Nine months later and the cheeky cherubs over at Canadian sneaker boutique Livestock have taken that idea and ran with it.

Playing on the word "court," Livestock have worked with Reebok to produce a new version of the NPC Strap that represents exactly what a bad day in an actual court would look like — in other words, they've created the perfect sneaker to go to jail in.

The shoe, appropriately titled "Bad Day In Court," is comprised of a premium grey pigskin suede, and is jam-packed with detailing at the heel, tongue label and insoles. The "02003-16" stamp on the insole represents Livestock’s history from its beginnings in 2003 to the current year.

The kicks will be launched in the Livestock store and online this coming Saturday on October 1.

In other sneaker news, here’s a very plausible reason why the YEEZY Boost 350 V2 has an orange stripe.

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