The sound of dial-up internet, frosted tips, high-waisted jeans and the Reebok Zig Slashes all share one thing in common, growing their appeal and nostalgic status throughout the 1990s. Since being pumped up on the hardwood just before Dee Brown’s no-look dunk in the 1991 Dunk Contest, the trendsetting silhouette has since harkened back to its roots time and time again, now associating with a titular color pairing synonymous with silhouettes birth year.
Cast across Jazz graphic plastic cups and Patagonia sweaters, the unofficial colors of the decade infuse a throwback aesthetic throughout the high-top model, indulging in vibrant teal hues across the upper lining and the tongue’s Pump tooling while luminous purples litter the base layer in a splotched effort before finishing the tips of the jet-black TPU wings. Inscribing “REEBOK” in a graffiti-style lettering along the heel, crisp white hues consume a dominant majority of the lower half’s leather construction while grey suedes and black mesh club the tongue and upper ankle in conclusion.
While we await further details regarding the pair’s release date, in the meantime enjoy official images of the Reebok Zig Slashes “Jazz” below.
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