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High fashion collaborations have quite recently infected the workings of the entire sneaker world, though few have been as forward-thinking as Boston’s Reebok, whose flags include talents such as Vetements, Pyer Moss, Beams, Vainl Archive, and many others. Adding to its repertoire of partners with an influential three, the brand showed face at Paris Fashion Week with debuting silhouette from imprints Cottweiler, Ximon Lee, and Angus Chiang. The first of which is a largely contemporary performance model with translucent ripstop uppers and patented Energy Return sole units enhancing utility into the robotic; similarly, Angus Chiang’s take on the same technology is one that disregards the present as its “Prototype” moniker appropriately calls to its radical elements. Ximon Lee is most definitely the odd-one-out though it lacks none in ingenuity; a sock-like construction is turned on its head in a fabrication that looks built for aquatics and overlays fit for a vigilante. Grab a detailed look at all three right below and keep it locked in as more details arise on their official release.