Reebok’s Club C and Classic Leather Get an Oversized Logo Makeover

History meets contemporary vision.

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Reebok has released its Club C and Classic Leather sneakers, with oversized vector branding as part of their Overbranded collection. The release is part of the brand’s “Respect The Icons” platform, dedicated to reimagining Reebok’s signature designs.

At first glance, the most noticeable detail is that both sneakers now possess a massive logo on the lateral sides. Instead of the classic, subtle branding, the footwear giant follows in fashion’s obsession with nostalgia and logomania. The Club C now comes in six different palettes, with more soft iterations like pink being a definite crowd-pleaser, while others like white, navy and yellow are more everyday. But of course, the classic silhouette is the same, meaning fans can still expect great physical support. Similarly, the Classic Leather features similar colorways, excluding pink.

Wear them to work, class or even out for the weekend — they’re versatile and convenient. Keep an eye out for the Overbranded Club C and Classic Leather release, to be available on Reebok’s website soon.

Scroll through our gallery to see the designs.

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