Reebok is set to drop a ton of new colorways of one of its newest silhouettes, the DMX Fusion.
The DMX Fusion is a modern upgrade to the DMX Run 10 silhouette, which originally debuted in 1997. The new model features an updated look that has become common on today's sneaker models, with a sock-like Ultraknit upper, elastic ankle collar, and textile overlays. It also maintains the original standout details from its predecessor—a pod-shaped midsole and DMX technology in the outsole. Other features of the low-top sneaker include a unique lacing system along the midfoot and elastic heel tabs.
This is not the first showing for the DMX Fusion. A black and white-speckled pair was featured alongside the DMX Run 10 as a part of Bait's "Ideation Department" pack that released last month. Special black and white renditions in collaboration with New York-based label Pyer Moss were also unveiled on the runway at New York Fashion Week this past February.
Colorways among the nine new pairs include tonal white and grey makeups along with more extravagant combinations like brown/olive green/tan and pink/mint green/navy blue. While no official release information has not been announced for the entire collection, two pairs are already available on Reebok's European webstore for €139.95 (app. $173). Expect the remaining pairs to drop in the near future.