Along with past collaborators such as fashion house Chanel, digital artist http://kenzominami.com” target=”_blank”>Kenzo Minami as well as the more recent ones like http://freshnessmag.com/2014/03/05/packer-shoes-x-stash-x-reebok-instapump-fury-20th-anniversary/” target=”_blank”>Stash and Packer Shoes, Tokyo’s http://mita-sneakers.co.jp” target=”_blank”>mita sneakers had much of its work cut out when it came to an original design for the http://reebok.com/classic” target=”_blank”>Reebok Insta Pump Fury 20th Anniversary Edition. That was when the retailer’s Creative Director https://twitter.com/shigeyuki_kunii?” target=”_blank”>Shigeyuki Kunii thought of merging the histories of both labels together. The outcome was this creative Insta Pump Fury edition with its Fisherman Knit upper in reference to http://reebok.com” target=”_blank”>Reebok’s origin as a British company. The intertwined stitches also refer to chain link fence decor of mita sneakers and the store’s proximity to the Ueno fish market. And while the overall silhouette is a faithful replica of the 1989 original, Kunii revised most of the materials to today’s standards.
The Reebok Insta Pump Fury 20th Anniversary Edition by http://mita-sneakers.co.jp” target=”_blank”>mita sneakers will be available in the coming weeks via its flagship store in Ueno neighborhood of Tokyo. The limited edition will also be available at select http://reebok.com/classic” target=”_blank”>Reebok Classic Certified Network retailers worldwide.
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Taito-ku, Tokyo Japan