London-based Foot Patrol and Perth's Highs and Lows work in collaboration with Reebok on a two-sneaker collaborative project by the name 'Common Youth.' The joint range sees new iterations of the Classic Leather Clip sneaker and the Phase One Pro sneaker. The influence of the project draws back to the childhood travels of Highs and Lows founder Matt Thomas -- he traveled from Australia to England. During this time, he noticed the similarities of British and Australian youth culture and this project represents that era.
Both of the footwear models were released in the 80s and boast white vintage leather materials across both of their uppers. There are also both burgundy and navy blue details that recall the passports of England and Australia with additional gold accents to complement the entire piece. Additionally, co-branding details adorn the two sneakers all throughout.
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