Shawn Kemp’s Reebok Kamikaze II comes out in a new USA colourway
In celebration of the 2020 Olympics which have since been canceled, Reebok has covered their newly revived Kamikaze II with the USA flag. Even though the man behind the debut of the silhouette in the 1995-96 NBA season, Shawn Kemp, has not yet made it to the international stage, his legacy stays intact with what is basically a colourway inspired by “What if”. These bold, patriotic themes take over the uppers seamlessly, with a smooth strip of white leather, and blue nubuck under, from the tongue till the ankle. Red is seen on the heel, with silver tabs and dark pulls, while the toolings take on a mix of black and grey. These dropped on Reebok.com, on the 31st of May.
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