Brand: Maison Margiela x Reebok

Model: Classic Leather Tabi and Club C

Release Date: May 21

Price: $300

Buy: Highsnobiety Shop

What We’re Saying: Maison Margiela and Reebok are back with their third drop this week, delivering two new colorways of the polarizing Classic Leather Tabi and one iteration of the revamped Club C. Arriving at Highsnobiety Shop on May 21, the Classic Leather Tabi appears in monochromatic red and grey colorways, while the Club B is offered in red.

The Classic Leather Tabi, which combines an icon from each brand: the Classic Leather from Reebok and the Tabi from Maison Margiela, is characterized by the split toe design of the latter. Having previously released in black and white colorways, as well as a standout Bianchetto variant, the shoe is back in two tonal takes, each with contrasting co-branding on the tongue tag and insoles.

Similar to the Classic Leather Tabi, the Club C has already launched in black and white colorways, and will soon be available in all-red. The standout design element of the silhouette is the trompe l’oeil technique — a Margiela signature meaning “trick of the eye” — that appears on the upper in the form of printed, pre-faded branding.

Visit Highsnobiety Shop on May 21 to secure the new Maison Margiela x Reebok kicks, as they're sure to sell out in a hurry.

Shop more Maison Margiela x Reebok at Highsnobiety Shop below

Classic Leather Tabi “Black”

Classic Leather Tabi “Black”


Reebok x Maison Margiela

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