Strolling through the packed aisles of the Agenda Trade Show in Las Vegas we spotted a known but still chased commodity in the Garbstore x Reebok collection. Featuring a variety of distinct and nostalgic Reebok models, this litany of items included some intriguing variations and most notably the removal of the “Reeb” lettering of the items.
In what seems to be a strategic marketing play, this collaborative partner of Reebok continues to churn out quality apparel and products such as fresh takes on the Reebok Instapump Fury and the Reebok Workout, as well as modified updates of the Reebok 6000 silhouette and the Reebok Pump Graphlite.
The Reebok Workout featured an array of subdued hues throughout the upper, fusing a differentiated color palette amongst the outsole. Furthermore, this upcoming summer model blended varied textures of nubuck suede and leather for a smooth finish to a nostalgic silhouette. In addition, the Reebok Pump Graphlite seemed to derive from finest of performance inspiration as textures of carbon fiber comb the midsole while Pump detailing can be attributed to the model’s name. Also, updated renditions of the popular Reebok 6000 model made an appearance as well, employing a wide range of color-blocking schemes.
Lastly, and arguably the most notable gem of the entire booth was the Reebok Instapump Fury Road that as comprised of “military” inspired hues of army green and brown; while resting atop of a white outsole. As with every Instapump Fury Road makeup, each model employs Pump P50 external technology, carbon fiber amongst the midsole and high-tech rubber providing immense performance functionality.
According to representatives at the Garbstore Booth, this collection will be available this June. Continue to stay locked to Nice Kicks for the latest in Agenda Coverage from Las Vegas as Nice Kicks is the official media sponsor.