Just this Monday we were treated to a sneak peek of what appears to be an upcoming Reebok x Vetements collaboration on the Instapump Fury silhouette.

The image came shortly after Vetements’ SS17 collection, which featured a monumental 18 separate collaborations, was debuted at Paris Fashion Week. The Reebok part of the collection appeared to be just a pair of windbreaker jackets, until chief designer Demna Gvasalia himself was photographed wearing this pair of graffitied-up kicks.

Now we've received another image, which gives us our best look yet at the upcoming collab. Check it out above, and you can see the original snap from the Paris show below.

The "V" branding on the tongue pump is clear to see, and we now know that the shoe's illustrated, bricolage design wraps all the way around the shoe. There are no official details, nor any word of a release date as yet. Stay tuned for more information.

While we wait, here's our favorite 30 sneaker releases of the year so far.

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