The Reebok DMX Daytona OG has exited the Reebok archive in time to ride the chunky “dad shoe” wave.
Back from the mid-90s, the Reebok DMX Daytona was a performance runner with the tech to match. It was designed by Christian Tresser, the man behind the Air Max 97, Air Zoom Spiridon, and Reebok Aztrek. The DMX Daytona had Reebok’s most advanced cushioning system to date (DMX moving air technology), an upper constructed from performance mesh and leather, a huge shank at the midfoot for stability, and an aggressive outsole tread pattern. In the ’90s it was competing directly with the cross trainers Nike was developing.
Next month, the Reebok DMX Daytona will be back for a new generation. It retains much of its original styling in this colorway, as well as the performance mesh, leather, and durable textile upper. Like most of Reebok’s retro product, this sneaker is nearly identical to its original — down to the pull tabs and OG branding.
The Reebok DMX Daytona OG will be releasing overseas at Hanon on July 6 for £109 (approx. $145 USD). There is no official word on when the silhouette will come Stateside.
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