JJJJound and Reebok strike again, teasing their next collaboration this week, which comes in the form of a crisp white leather NPC II. While no date has been announced, expect a release in the coming weeks.
Canadian retailer JJJJound continues to gain in popularity with every new sneaker release, serving up exciting projects in collaboration with brands like Vans, New Balance and Reebok. This week, the label unveiled their latest team-up with British athletic giant Reebok, which continues their line of simple classics, this time in the form of the NPC II. Originally released in 1985, the NPC was a staple on the tennis court at the time, providing plush comfort with a full-grain leather upper paired with a two-piece cupsole for maximum control on the court. The JJJJound pair builds on the partners’ previous releases, casting the NPC II in a simple white leather upper, adding Oatmeal elements to the tongue and terry cloth inner lining. An aged yellowed midsole and gold foil JJJJound branding complete the look.
JJJJOUND X REEBOK NPC II RELEASE INFORMATION
The upcoming collaboration from JJJJound and Reebok, featuring the NPC II, has not yet been announced for release, though they are likely to drop sometime later Summer. The simple white and tan take on the tennis classic will likely debut directly from JJJJound before releasing from Reebok and select retailers. Check out the teaser photo below for a better look at a sample pair, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Reebok release news.
UPDATE 7/18/22: JJJJound has announced that their upcoming Reebok NPC II collaboration will launch this Thursday, July 21st from their website, followed by a global release from Reebok on August 5th. Featuring three “colorways”, all of which are nearly identical and will be shipped to the customer at random, pairs will come with q price tag of $150 for the reworked tennis classic.
UPDATE 7/13/22: JJJJound has teased a new photo of their upcoming Reebok NPC II project, stating that they “did something fun” for their Summer 2022 project. The photo shows three pairs of the outsoles of the shoes, one featuring a different tread pattern from the rest. Still no details have been provided for the release, but we expect to see them launch in the coming weeks.