'The Jetsons' and 'The Flintstones' Reunite With Nostalgic Reebok Collaboration
Revisit your childhood with the TV-inspired collection.
If you’re yearning for the days of early morning cartoons and no obligations, Reebok’s latest collaboration with The Jetsons and The Flintstones is for you. Inspired by the iconic 1987 TV film in which the fictional families are brought to the other’s world, Reebok has partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to reunite the prehistoric and space age TV characters.
Celebrating the classic crossover, Reebok x The Jetsons & Flintstones collection pays a thoughtful homage to the beloved characters and locations, allowing both fans of the cartoons and sneaker lovers to travel to their respective time periods. Modeled after the Flintstone matriarch, Wilma, the Club C is a crisp white sneaker featuring an edgy pinked toe cap and tongue, resulting in an ultra-cool jagged look. The bold zebra-patterned shoe lining nods to her other timeless, animal-inspired outfits. Traveling to the future, the bold fuschia Club C Legacy is dedicated to Jane Jetson, boasting brilliant iridescent detailing and ultra-comfy vivid orange sock liners, referencing Jane’s elaborate beauty routine and the robots that help her get ready.
The footwear component of the collection also includes the Zig Kinetica II, Zig Kinetica II Edge, Classic Leather Legacy AZ and Instapump Fury 94, which are available in unisex and adult sizing. The collaboration also features a range of graphic apparel in the form of short and long sleeve T-shirts as well as crewnecks. Lovers of Reebok’s athletic options will also be happy to see the Lux High-Rise Leggings, Lux Skinny Strap Sports Bra and AOP Bike Short, which all bear a strong women’s print, uniting The Jetsons’ and The Flintstones’ worlds with characters and elements from both shows hidden within the print.
Priced from $35 USD to $200 USD, the Reebok x The Jetsons & Flintstones collection will be available exclusively for Reebok UNLOCKED members on the brand’s website on April 5 before becoming globally available on April 8.