Reebok’s classic Club C has received a new update this month, adding durable Vibram outsoles to the retro tennis shoe for more traction and longevity, available now.
The Reebok Club C has seen a massive resurgence in popularity over the past few years. Originally released in 1986 as a multi-sport silhouette, the shoe gained popularity through the tennis court before making its way onto the aerobics scene of the era. Since then, the low-top sneaker has remained a staple of Reebok’s arsenal, releasing regularly in new colors and styles as well as through limited-edition collaborations. This month, the British footwear brand has quietly released an update to their fan-favorite model, adding some extra support to the shoe through a new Vibram sole. The rubber attachment wraps all the way around the shoe, stretching up to cover the lowest levels of the leather upper, and adding a diamond-shaped traction pattern from toe to heel. The shoes are available in two colorways, white or black.
REEBOK CLUB C VIBRAM RELEASE INFORMATION
Reebok’s newly updated Club C with Vibram soles has already released via the brand’s UK website, though we expect to see a global release sometime in the near future. Available in tonal white and black iterations, the more durable tennis sneaker comes with a price tag of approximately $123. Check out the official images below for a better look at the modified classic, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Reebok release news.
Reebok Club C Vibram
Release Date: Available Now
Colors: White, Black