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DMX Run 10 — OG c/ways & SNS colab

Reebok Classics DMX Run 10   Release DateThe 1997 DMX Run is a rather interesting shoe. With a unique appearance that could only be designed for the US market, it contains 10 x ‘moveable’ air chambers reminiscent of the Energaire tech that Reebok incorporated into some 90’s walking shoes. It’s also rather interesting as the historic American footwear focus has always been on Basketball, whilst in the UK it has always been Running. And here’s a hi-tech runner for the US market, which was apparently hugely popular. Read on for more + the SNS colab.

The highly-anticipated reintroduction of the DMX Run 10 on March 1st will mark the first drop of Reebok Classic’s retro running series. Originally hyped as “The best running shoe in the history of the world”, the DMX Run 10 became the first shoe to debut Reebok’s proprietary moving air technology when it was released in 1997. The revolutionary technology found in DMX Run 10 would later be used as inspiration for Allen Iverson’s first signature model, the Answer I.

Three OG colorways of the limited edition retro bring back (white/infinite blue/neon cherry/pure silver; thunder blue/Reebok brass/black/white pure silver; black/white/pure silver) will drop Friday, March 1st at Foot Locker, Finish Line, Champs, City Gear and Reebok.com for $120.

And as a footnote to the above, it appears that Foot Locker USA at least has sold out of these highly limited edition OG colourways. Which brings us to…

Reebok x SNS — DMX Run 10

Finally, the Black/White colab above is with Swedish store SNS, available at Hanon (UK) and SNS (Sweden) amongst others (Packer Shoes, Solebox, Colette, Mita Sneakers, Foot patrol, Burn Rubber, Atmos, Highs & Lows, Vault, Livestock, BTNC, Limited Edition, Bodega, Crooked Tongues, Kasina and Shoe Gallery). —BokOne

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Posted on March 13, 2013, in Newsfeed, Re-issues and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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