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Reebok team up with Japanese boutique for mindboggling trainers

If summer isn't the shining beacon of hope you thought it would be, there's another way you can brighten up your life: with these neon digi camo pack trainers, created in a collaboration between Reebok and atmos.

The retro sportswear brand and the Japanese boutique have released two silhouettes of the statement multicoloured pixel style, the Phase 1 shape resembling your classic Reeboks (which has a premium suede upper), with the Instapump Fury resembling something Marty would wear in Back To The Future II (which come with a pixelated insole, too).

You can bag yourself a pair of the Reebok x atmos trainers now on the official atmos site.



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