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Model: DMX 1200 Low
Key Features: A mixed material upper with leather and synthetic overlays sits atop a full-length DMX bladder taken from the Reebok Dayton DMX. The midsole is geared towards an athletic aesthetic and keeps things simple, with the only hits of color featuring on the arch and outsole.
Release Date: Available now
Editor’s Notes: Reebok’s latest runner is the DMX 1200 Low, which features full-length DMX moving air technology for a comfortable fit, as well as a busy, retro-inspired and very on-trend upper.
Part of a larger push by the brand to promote its lifestyle sneakers, the DMX 1200 Low joins the Run.r and Run.r 96 sneakers as part of a solid lineup of on-trend chunky and retro runners.
Currently, most colorways of the DMX 1200 Low are only available overseas. The two colorways to make it stateside so far are the black/white and white/navy/green iterations, which can be found at Finishline.com for $100 each.
In Asia, Reebok has tapped popular South Korean boy band Wanna One to be the face of the campaign to promote the new sneaker.
Check out the two stateside releases alongside a white/black/red colorway above before leaving your thoughts on Reebok’s latest retro runner in the comments.
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