WOMEN'S DAYTONA DMX TRB
Not that DMX. If anything, Reebok’s mid-90s, state of the art running silhouette offers the exact opposite of a rough ride. Designed by Christian Tresser, the mind behind several other technologically advanced running models of the era, the Daytona took responsive cushioning to new heights with the DMX moving air system, which allowed air to travel between connected chambers, with the movement of the wearer’s foot.
With turn of the millennium style enjoying a full-fledged renaissance, the Daytona’s distinctive design features: wavy build, mesh and leather upper, chunky midsole, miniaturized branding, and cross training outsole tread pattern are primed for a reissue.
A tonal black colorway decked out in velvet, leather, with glossy accents revisits early 2000s chic, or at least a refined version of the era's style, because, thankfully, there's not an ironic trucker's hat in sight here.
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