Reebok Revisits Its “Human Rights Now!” Collection

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Following a drop in August 2021, Reebok is revisiting its “Human Rights Now!” Collection before we say goodbye to 2022.

The latest Reebok “Human Rights Now!” Collection, which aims to bring awareness to equality and access in sport, comprises a range of unisex apparel, accessory, and footwear items all emblazoned with the “Human Rights Now!” logo and/or manifesto from the OG 1988 World Tour.

Standout items from the range include unisex items which incorporate a black, green, and white color palette, such as the crew neck and joggers. For footwear, the range includes Club C Revenge ($90), Classic Leather ($85), Club C Mid ($90), Classic Nylon ($90) and Freestyle Hi ($90) in a variety of colorways including “Black,” “White,” “Green Cream,” and “Morning Fog.”

Each silhouette is emblazoned with the Human Rights Now! logo and manifesto, “Let your voice be heard, wear this product with pride. Not just because you support the fight for human rights, but because you have those rights” on the tongue and heels.

“As with all of our Human Rights Now! product releases, this collection sheds light on the importance of inclusion, representation and access, not only in sport but in all facets of life,” said Reebok’s Director of Human Rights Now! Product & Apparel Energy Concepts, Carmen Andrade Hardaway in an official press release. “Our partnership with RISE is such a great extension of our product collection as they help to educate the sports community on these critical topics.”

All items in the latest Reebok “Human Rights Now!” Collection is out today via and select retailers.

In honor of the new range, Reebok will donate $600,000 USD to RISE, a non-profit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations. Check out the campaign imagery headed by professional basketball player and Reebok partner Lexie Brown.

For more upcoming drops, make sure to check out our Sneaker Release Dates Calendar.

Reebok “Human Rights Now!” Collection/Reebok

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