A few weeks back, overseas retailer Hanon stocked a shoe meant for legendary producer Swizz Beatz: the Reebok DMX Series 2000. Now, we finally have a Stateside release date.
The new shoe follows the chunky midsole trend that was born in the ’90s and incorporates the great DMX moving-air technology from the same era. For 2018, Reebok designer Xavier Jones has created a silhouette that is trendy and groundbreaking for a new generation.
On July 27, the DMX Series 2000 is scheduled to drop Stateside. Finish Line has two colorways on the calendar and each one will retail for $140 USD. The colorways listed are: Chalk White/Royal Orchid/California Blue and Mars Dust/Chalk.
In my opinion, this is a seriously nice shoe. The design is updated just enough to fit on shelves in this day and age and the colorways are just right for summer.
This year, Reebok has brought some interesting designs — most notably the Pyer Moss series and the DMX Fusion. Adding the DMX Series 2000 Low to the list shows that the direction Reebok is hopefully heading includes futuristic and cutting-edge designs.
What are your thoughts on the DMX Series 2000 Low? Too crazy? Just the right amount of design and tech? Let us know below.
Photos via Hanon