Future Teams Up w/ Reebok For The Reebok Classic ‘Furykaze’ Sneaker

Furykaze

Future Is Dropping A New Sneaker In Collaboration With Reebok, The Furykaze

Reebok has been a staple in the hoods around America for decades, so it is no wonder super trapper Future is soon to drop a shoe with the Reebok Classic team after being with them for over a year. Before that, the rapper has worked on numerous campaign ads and releasing a collabo sneaker called the ‘Freebandz Zoku’ in March. However, as of late, the 33-year-old plans on dropping his signature sneaker, the ‘Furykaze’, on November 11th.

The Furykaze is a combination of Future’s favorite Reebok kicks, the ‘Instapump Fury’ with the ‘Kamikaze II’. The new sneakers are detailed with the upper portion to resemble the Fury and the lower portion to resemble the Kamikaze while sitting on gum soles. More interestingly, the colorway of the Furykaze is a clean Sandstone suede, with the suede to represent the scorpion body. The scorpion is to pay homage to the rappers’ horoscope sign. Let’s just say, these are definitely going to be a great investment for all of the sneakerheads out there.

This year has been a good year for the “Mask Off” rapper. He has dropped two albums, Future and Hndrxx--both receiving a great response. He also received plenty of RIAA certifications for numerous singles and albums. He is projected to appear on Taylor Swift’s upcoming album, Reputation. Recently, he also teamed up with Cher for GAP’s “Meet Me In The Gap” fall campaign. The two collaborated on a trap remix of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Everyday People”.

The Future and Reebok Classic Furykaze sneaker will be on sale for $250.00, beginning this Saturday, available at www.Reebok.com and select Reebok retailers worldwide. Take a look at them below.

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