Today sees a very sweet collab release of the hugely popular Club C ’85 by Swedish store SNS – with the C getting an even cleaner treatment with the removal of any logo on the upper side, as well as elk leather and gold debossing details.
I’d actually say that photos don’t do the elegant simplicity of this shoe justice – If you don’t yet own a pair (and regardless of season) isn’t it about time?
Available in a few hours time at SNS (and if you sleep on those, no doubt Reebok will release a similar makeup in the next few months).
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Swedens’ SNS have recently stocked an interesting range of Reebok Classics and Pump clothing. Ranging from Vests/Singlets, T-Shirts and Hoodies to Windbreakers and Jackets.
As should be reasonably obvious, I’m especially liking the Starcrest applications, whereas some of the other applications seem a little lacklustre, and examining the photo details show up some concerns on the finish quality too ; but the takeaway message is that’s is superb to see an expanding range of Classics apparel, I’ve still to pick up some Starcrest-emblazoned clothing myself 😀
Sneakersnstuff (Sweden). —BokOne
So with the recent release of the Aape X Reebok Pump Furys, SNS drop their monthly collaboration on September 30th at their own store. Mixing a Goretex upper with brown lacing and camo patterning and it seems like camo is the treatment of the moment — whether these NPC II’s will get the interest of the Aapes I’m not sure, but perhaps they’ll inherit a little of that excitement and do SNS proud. Short promo video below too! Sneakersnstuff (Sweden) —BokOne
Really fun video with the guys from Swedens’ Sneakersnstuff (SNS) hand-making traditional Swedish Polkagris – perfectly explaining the inspiration to their forthcoming Kamikaze II Mid collaboration with Reebok. The KII doesn’t usually get coverage here on Retrobok, but it’s such a great example of the international inspirations applied to Reebok collabs that it deserves a post. Thanks to Alex Schuh for making me aware of this! —BokOne
Covering familiar SNS makeups covered here on Retrobok, as well as Question Mida and DMX 10’s, a couple of shoes are quickly tossed around by one of Swedens’ Sneakersnstuff staff to tease us (well… they’re Pump Omni Lites, Insta Pump Furys….). Allegedly, SNS are releasing 1 shoe per month this year, though I don’t believe every month will be Reebok. Keep your eyes peeled! SNS. —BokOne
Very interesting makeup by Swedish SNS on the Pump Fury.
‘Legal Issues’ … might sound like a harsh name, but we will give you the background to it. When we came up with the idea of this white furry Fury with irregular black dots on it, we had something in mind. This something is something that has been, still is and will continue to be an inspiration for many generations, not only in Sweden but world wide. So to make a tribute to this something we went for a part of that something that we felt was suitable for the Reebok Pump Fury.
But as many of todays inspirations are, this something comes with a trademark. So, as we rather not would like to have a lawsuit in our laps from that something that really inspired us and that we wanted to make a tribute to, we rather call this the Sneakersnstuff x Reebok Pump Fury ”Legal Issues”.
So let the speculations begin… We will of course deny everything!
According to SNS these will be available on April 25th from Sneakersnstuff, Packer Shoes, Hanon Shop, Solebox, Colette, Mita Sneakers, Foot patrol, Burn Rubber, Atmos, Highs & Lows, Vault, Livestock, BTNC, Limited Edition, Bodega, Crooked Tongues, Kasina and Shoe Gallery. More pics after the jump, or pop over to SNS themselves. —BokOne
Continuing the 30th Anniversary celebrations of the Classic Leather, these are available now at SNS for €89 ~BokOne
A pretty smart, Wintry treatment to the 30 year old Classic ; SNS have done a great job with these – featuring PlayDry and Thinsulate in the inner lining (remininscent of the CL Trails which I highly recommend if you’re in colder climes). There’s also a nice accompanying video of Peter and Erik talking about their partnership with Reebok, and history of their nearly 13-year-old store. Hopefully I’ll be in Stockholm later this year, and hope to say hi to the guys. The SNS Classic was released on Saturday. Sneakersnstuff (Sweden) ~BokOne