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Reebok x Artists for Humanity Club C History
Reebok has joined forces with Artists For Humanity in designing sneakers that present creativity of the youngsters. Artists For Humanity is a Boston-based program that helps the youth with lesser sources and means. The collaboration between Reebok and Artists For Humanity has a goal of breaking down barriers by providing four young-adults a creative work in which they will get paid and through a mentorship program. These youths will be given a chance to design a limited edition sneaker.
Two of these gifted youngsters are Jonathan “Pineapple” Tejeda and Kathleen “Kat” Canola. The pair chose the Reebok Club C sneaker to work on. The Club C silhouette was first released in 1985 and is one of Reebok’s retro models.
Tejeda and Canola both took inspiration on designing the shoe from William The Conqueror’s Coat of Arms. Their design shows the red from the shield; blue from the claws; and yellow from the two lions. The design also includes the Tudor Rose motif. The year ‘1066’ can be seen as a stamp on the heel of the shoe representing the Battle of Hastings, marking the start of the Norman Conquest of England.
Reebok x Artists for Humanity Club C Style
The Reebok x Artists For Humanity Club is a shoe that represents versatility. It can go with the daily street wear, work attire, or even a church outfit. The shoe basically goes well with a variety of kinds of outfits and is perfect for a day to day wear.
Fit & Sizing
The fit of the Reebok x Artists For Humanity Club C is basically the same as the fit of the regular Club C shoe though it can be a bit tight for those who have wide feet. It has luxurious comfort and nice support. The shoe fairly runs a half size up.
Most people are highly appreciative about the look of the Reebok x Artists For Humanity Cub C. They loved how the shoe can go with different kinds of outfit and they also loved how comfortable they feel when they wear the shoes.
- A unique speckled midsole can be observed.
- The global release of the shoe came along a celebratory launch at Reebok Union Square in New York City.
- The ‘C’ in Club C shoe model stands for ‘Champion’.
- Flat laces are provided.
- A perforated detailing can be observed on the upper of the shoe.