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Reebok Classic Leather Utility in Red


An 80's classic has returned, redder than ever. No, Mick Hucknall hasn't got the band back together...

Reebok have set about refreshing their Classic Leather models for the summer, releasing a raft of fairly conservative redesigns of the 1980s icon. One head-turning exception is this red iteration of the Utility.

About as subtle as a hurtling fire engine, the contrasting textures of leather, canvas and suede allow this Classic to pull off a rather bold colour choice - breaking up the sea of crimson with some smooth and puckered shadows. The teal and tan accents round off the look nicely.

Should your summer wardrobe have needed a splash of colour, you can pick these Utilities up from Titolo for around £78.



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