After serving up the Candy Land-themed capsule back in April, Reebok is back with another new collaboration. This time around, they have aligned with Hasbro once again for a unique collection centered on NERF. The new collaborative capsule includes four iconic Reebok silhouettes. The range consists of two Pump Omni Zone II variations, a Kamikaze II and a Kamikaze II Low.
The selection includes big, bold, colorful designs that are sure to add some color to the court this season. The Pump Omni Zone II was the same sneaker worn by Dee Brown in the 1991 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. The classic comes in two colorways, including the “Light Jammer” and the “Big Bad Backboard.” The “Light Jammer” features a splatter print with glow-in-the-dark detailing on uppers and outsoles.
The “Big Bad Backboard” features large tongue branding, bold lightning graphics, and more. Elsewhere we see the Kamikaze II and Kamikaze II Low in two unique color schemes. Both are similar “Backboard Breaker” colorway with splatter print detailing and bright hues along the upper. The four silhouettes are completed by a “NERF or Nothin’” stamp on the lace tips.
Take a closer look at this bold, eye-catching new range and look for the collection to release for Reebok UNLOCKED and Hasbro Pulse members on June 24th before a full drop on the Reebok website on June 25th. Check out the bold new collection in the images and get yours soon. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more sneakers and footwear coming soon.
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