Reebok Upguns Its DMX Run 10 With Gold Metal Hardware
The orginal chunky.
Reebok's DMX Run 10 was well ahead of the chunky sneaker trend – by about 20 years, in fact. When it released in 1997, as the first shoe to feature the brand's moving air technology, it was self-proclaimed, “The best running shoe in the history of the world.” Modest.
While wouldn't call the latest addition to the DMX Run 10 revival the best running shoe in the history of the world, we definitely think the latest white leather iteration, featuring gold metal hardware, is a strong contender for one of the best aesthetics in the history of the sneaker.
In addition to the bling, the shoe has been upgunned with wavy stitching along the side for an added bit of prettiness.
Cop the sneaker at Reebok retailers like Oneness for $160.
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