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After reintroducing their classic DMX Daytona running shoe recently, Reebok is dipping into their extensive archives once again, this time to re-introduce the 3D Opus. A unique basketball-inspired running silhouette originally released in 1998, the Opus has been given a modern day update via a 3D Ultralight sole which offers a lighter feel and more comfortable ride without sacrificing any of the shoe’s retro styling. Arriving in both a gold/black/grey and a green/black/grey, the shoes feature a light-weight textile upper with suede overlays on the gold pair and patent leather overlays on the green pair. Both feature an abstract-style lacing system and a unique cut-out collar design to save a little extra weight. Retro Reebok branding arrives on the tongue and heel, and the shoe is completed with a carbon fiber plate that serves as a midsole. Want to take it back to the future with your footwear? Both pairs of the 3D Opus are available now at END.

Reebok 3D OP.98
Available Now at END
$160
Color: Gold/Black/True Grey/White
Style Code: CN6796

Reebok 3D OP.98
Available Now at END
$160
Color: True Grey/Green/Black/White
Style Code: CN6794

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