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Maison Margiela and Reebok continue to unite their disruptive language in a single narrative. As a continuation of the collaboration started last year, both brands present two new colorways to wear two iconic archive silhouettes at the same time.
Both Margiela’s Tabi Boots (1988) and Rebook’s Classic Leather (1983) were born in the 1980s to change the system. Now, the Maison Margiela x Reebok Classic Leather Tabi are available in two tonal black and white versions in nappa leather.
The two new models are a refined version of the revolutionary codes of Galliano‘s fashion house and sportswear brand. The classic designs evolve into a heritage silhouette that is both contemporary and timeless.
In this sense, the Reebok silhouette is deconstructed to achieve the distinctive split-toe design that continues to cause controversy in the industry. If you’re wondering what to wear with the split sneakers at this point, don’t worry: they’re complemented by a tabi sock.
Branding registers in the form of dynamic Vector logos overlaid on the sides, Reebok badges, co-branding on the tongue, and Margiela stitching on the back. To elevate comfort, they include a matching plush sock liner and a solid EVA sole.
Priced at $300, the Maison Margiela x Reebok Classic Leather Tabi will be available from 26 February on the Maison Margiela and Reebok websites, with a wider release in select Margiela shops and retailers such as HBX.