SNEAKER ICON: REEBOK CLASSIC
By Steven Potter, 5 September 2019
Reebok Club C
The Club C (which stands for Champion) – originally began life on the tennis court, but the model quickly sneaked off the court and into everyday line-ups. They've since been promoted to sneakerhead fave with an impressive roster of collabs to help, Palace Skateboards and Kendrick Lamar included. In terms of trainers that really stand the stylish test of time, consider the Club C your go-with-everything sole mate.
Reebok Classic Leather
For keen sneakerheads (or anyone who grew up in the 90s), the Classic Leather style is probably the first thing that springs to mind when someone mentions Reebok. Originally released as a running shoe in 1983, the kick's streamlined shape (and the fact they go with everything) caused a full transition from performance model to certified casual staple. Fast-forward to 2019, and the Classic Leather is one of the most instantly-recognisable trainers in the game, equally at home with a satin slip on a night out as they are with your fave joggers-and-hoodie combo. What more could you want from a pair of new trainers?