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Hot on the heels of announcing its Sock Run.r silhouette, Reebok looks like it’s working on a brand new model. Reddit user /u/givehimthebird posted the above picture to the /r/sneakers subreddit, giving us our first unofficial look at what could be coming soon.

Apart from the split-tooled outsoles taken from an unreleased 1996 PUMP EVO prototype, which was later seen on the brand’s Vetements sock sneaker collab, not much is known about this mystery silhouette.

That it’s a Reebok shoe is made clear by the branding on the heel section of the sole unit. Also the fact that it looks more like a lifestyle sneaker than anything else could point towards Reebok trying to gain more of a foothold in the current chunky sneaker trend.

Check out the leaked image above and leave your thoughts on the mystery shoe in the comments.

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