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Now that Future has been part of the Reebok Classic family for well over a year, it’s high time for the brand to launch his very own signature sneaker, the Furykaze, which drops on November 11.

As its name suggests, the brand new silhouette is a fuse between the Instapump Fury and Kamikaze II, two of Future’s favorite Reebok styles. The visionary look of the Furykaze is complemented by the clean Sandstone suede that adorns the uppers as well as some interesting personal details that went into the design.

A major design element was the use of the scorpion as a reference point since it’s Future’s astrological sign and the texture of the suede uppers is reminiscent of the hair on a scorpion’s body as well.

But the association doesn’t end there, however. The sign ruler of Scorpio is Pluto, and Pluto was Future’s first abum and the Furykaze is his first Reebok shoe, thus making this collaborative first effort even more special.

You’ll be able to cop the Furykaze for $250 on November 11 at Reebok’s website and select Reebok retailers worldwide.

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