The partnership between Eames House and Reebok kicked off last year, but already is gearing up for its third release. This time, the Classic Leather is the canvas for two looks, inspired by the Molded Plywood Chair and The Coloring Toy.

Late in 2021, Reebok announced an exciting new collaboration with Eames House, the estate of world-renowned visual artist/designers Charles and Ray Eames. The husband and wife duo designed some of the most iconic housewares of the 20th century, from living room furniture to radios, to their own home. For their projects with Reebok, the British footwear company has been pulling inspiration from some of the more famous Eames designs, kicking things off with a number of Club C releases in 2021 & ’22. Now, the pair are back with their next installment in the series, this time highlighting the vintage Reebok Classic Leather running shoe. Arriving in two colorways, these pairs are inspired by the Molded Plywood Lounge Chair and The Coloring Toy, two wildly different products. The former takes on a wood grain pattern to the upper, while the later features simple outlines of the people featured in the Eames’ coloring toy.

EAMES HOUSE REEBOK CLASSIC LEATHER COLLECTION RELEASE INFORMATION

The latest collection from Eames Office and Reebok, featuring the Classic Leather, has not yet been announced for release, though they are expected to drop sometime in the coming weeks. Both the wood panel and coloring toy-inspired looks will be available directly from Reebok, as well as through the brand’s secondary retailers. Check out the teaser images below for a better look at both colorways, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Reebok release news.

UPDATE 6/5/22: Reebok has slated the upcoming Eames Office Classic Leather to launch later this week, on June 10th, 2022. Both the wood paneled and coloring toy pairs will be available directly from the brand’s website for $120 each, as well as select retailers around the world.

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