HomeReebokCloser Look at the atmos x Reebok Classic 'Neon Digi-Camo' Pack

Closer Look at the atmos x Reebok Classic ‘Neon Digi-Camo’ Pack

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

Reebok and atmos have a strong relationship as the two continue to pump out collaborative releases. This time around, they will take two classic Reebok models to form the atmos x Reebok Classic ‘Neon Digi-Camo’ Pack.

Using both the Reebok Insta Pump Fury and the Reebok Phase 1 Pro. The highlight of both pairs is the addition of pixelated digital camouflage that lands on the overlays. Following are Black and White through the midsole while hits of Yellow and Blue are also spotted on the branding.

Additional images of the atmos x Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack which will feature two iconic releases from both parties is set to release early August 2016, however a specific date has yet to be announced. After you’re done checking out the photos, let us know your thoughts on this Pack in the comments section below.

Update: We now have a closer look at the atmos x Reebok Classic Neon Digi-Camo Pack thanks to eyescream.

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack Insta Pump Fury Phase 1

atmos x Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack

atmos x Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack

atmos x Reebok Classic Neon Digi Camo Pack

Source: Hypebeast

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