Packer Shoes has come to be known for having their hand in some of the most exclusive collaborative kicks the sneaker world has ever seen. And in typical Packer Shoes fashion, they have yet another dope collaborative gem on the horizon.
This time around, Packer Shoes has enlisted the services of the Reebok Kamikaze II silhouette to breath life into an ill concept they created which circles around the ’96 NBA All-Star Game, to which Shawn Kemp represented the Seattle Sonics as an All-Star during the event in San Antonio.
Sporting a clean two-toned grey upper accompanied by a combination of orange, aqua blue, and dark pink tones about the midsole, these kicks much like all their other collaborative kicks will surely be a must-have whenever they release.
Seing as how this is just a teaser of sorts, a release date hasn’t been finalized as of yet. Keep reading after the jump to see a few more shots of the Packer Shoes x Reebok Kamikaze II and make sure you keep checking with SneakerFiles for more info on this drop.
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