Reebok reunites with Vetements to create a scribbled Instapump Fury
Reebok continues to work with Vetements to create the all new colorway for the Instapump. They been working together since 2017 on this chunky silhouette to create designs inspired by murals and street art. Styles created by them may be divergent, but they’re all wild, whimsical and expensive. This time they have created a grafitti coated upper with some abstract doodles and an doodle printed on the Instapump fury that is scheduled to be launched as a part of Vetements’ FW20 collection. The “I’m Bored!” motif is present on the lateral collar is one of the several grafitti like texts and doodles which are white, yellow, blue, pink and greens that cover the shoe from heel to toe. Another notable motif is the heartagram on the right shoe’s pump system.Even more branding is spelled out on the tongue tags, and black midsoles feature heel DMX cushioning to round off the style. Although the official release date of the collection is yet to be announced, it is available at some luxury retail outlets at a price of $760.
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