After teaming up with the vector brand in 2020 for a duo of Instapump Furys, Kohei Okita is further advancing his “Reebok eightyone” collection with more footwear propositions this year, one being this dark navy Club C Stomper. This model surfaces not too far out from when Reebok recently unveiled its hybrid ZX Pump colorway with adidas Originals.
These new collaborative kicks take the word “understated” to heart and make use of darker neutrals and subtle bright accents. A dark navy hue smothers the leathers that make up its side paneling, as well suede strap that wraps the bridge of the foot. The latter splits its branding between “eightyone” notations inside the exterior windows while “Reebok” is spelled out on the inside. Interior lining and the backgrounds of the tongues are lent a “True Gray” paint job, while the heel overlay opts for a “Pure Grey” skin. “Supave Blue” accents make a bold and bright statement across the tongue tabs, heels via the Reebok lettering and lower mold and the insoles which also feature more “eightyone” text.
Below, the midsoles are sprayed with more dark navy, and come stacked on top of “True Gray” tread.
These are available right now via Reebok Japan for ¥14,300 (approx. $131 USD).
For other sneaker news, Reebok recently celebrated the Question Mid “Why Not Us?” release wtih a short animated film.