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Extra Butter And Reebok Create Another Capsule In Honor Of New York’s Lower East Side

New York’s own Extra Butter has engrained themselves in the city’s culture, and has become an integral part of the Lower East Side’s robust sneaker traditions. Not only is their NYC store located in New York’s LES, but Butter was tasked with hosting a one-day pop-up shop for the Black Pigeon SB Dunk just one block away from where the original drop occurred. It would be nearly impossible to talk about sneakers in downtown NY without referencing the guys at Extra Butter….

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Kobe Bryant’s Reebok Answer IV PE Is Releasing

During the buffer period in between Kobe Bryan’t time with adidas and Nike, he was a sneaker free agent and what he was going to lace up on the court every night was a compelling story in itself. From Reebok PE’s to his own personal Air Jordan’s the mamba flaunted it all and had people always wondering what was next. One of the selections was a Lakers-colored Reebok Answer IV PE with a purple and grey toebox and a white back half. Now, Reebok has plan to roll out this once-e…

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An Exclusive First Look at the Pyer Moss x Reebok DMX Fusion 1 Experiment

As Pyer Moss gears up to showcase its Fall/Winter 2018 collection, the New York-based label offers us an exclusive look at its upcoming collaboration with Reebok. The DMX Fusion 1 Experiment arrives just in time to ride the chunky sneaker wave, but offers unique detailing that separates the shoe from the rest of the pack.


Reebok Brings Back The Kamikaze II In Veg Tan Leather

Reebok is bringing the premium touch to the classic Kamikaze II silhouette with the addition of veg-tan leather on the upper. This surprisingly luxurious colorway of Shawn Kemp’s most popular signature shoe sees the upper completely decked out in a smooth tan leather in an uncommon tonal look for the typically exuberant shoe. The subdued look is continued with the cream colored midsole and outsole that match the inner lining of the shoe, furthering the trend of bringing classier element…

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