Back in July, news broke that French fashion label Vetement was teaming up with Reebok for a vibrant Instapump Fury, embellished with a slew of colourful emojis. Now, fast forward a few months, and the duo have come out with something that can only be described as the exact opposite.
Made exclusively for Seoul based retailer 10 Corso Como, the limited edition Genetically Modified Pump isn't for the faint hearted. A heavily modified version of the iconic Instapump silhouette, the kicks feature a bold pre-aged, somewhat pre-dirtied construction with black and white hits present throughout.
Secured by a single velcro strap with the Reebok logo embossed proudly on it, the chunky shoes are priced at ₩1,380,000 KRW, which converts to around £1,000, and are available at 10 Corso Como locations now and on ssfshop.com on January 19th.
What do you think of the Genetically Modified Pumps? Are you a fan of its unique looks? Or do you think Vetement and Reebok have gone a step too far? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
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