These Reebok and Vetements sneakers come with dirty white uppers, which make them look as though they've been worn for years with little caution.
The new model was reportedly first debuted at a 2017 Fall/Winter runway show, where fashion designer Demna Gvasalia brought them out. These Reebok and Vetements sneakers follow another collaborative effort between the two brands, which resulted in a remodel of the Instapump Fury. Similarly to the most recent model, the Instapump Fury was given a uniquely worn-out look, as messy scribbles were sprawled across its clean white uppers.
By supplying the Reebok and Vetements sneakers with dirt-covered uppers, Demna Gvasalia recreates a care-free look that casts away the need for perfection that's so often associated with runway fashion.