In this edition, I have 2 pairs of the Reebok Classics Club C on me. The first is the Reebok Club C Revenge in collaboration with the Assassins Creed Valhalla Rising game. The second is the 35th Anniversary pair of the Reebok Club C.
Check out this unboxing video from my YouTube channel:
Reebok Classic’s Club C has been gaining a lot of traction lately. Despite being a retro model, it’s clean aesthetics have found a new wave. Even with collabs with (now must have brand) jjjjound, highlighting the silhouette to appease the “eccentric” Sneakerhead. Lol.
I had earlier reviewed a pair of the Club C Revenge Tom and Jerry Collab.
In existence since 1985, this tennis silhouette is minimal like the dress code of the game. Comprising of a leather upper and most often a terry-lined sock liner. Although the Club C did not enjoy the fame of a Cortez or athlete association like the Stan Smith, it’s been a regular on the streetwear scene. It rode the wave of the minimal sneaker that arose in 2016/17 with the likes of Stan Smith, Common Projects, finding fans in the streetwear scene.
I personally love the clean lines on the Reebok Classic Club C. I never owned a pair of Club C’s except the Tom and Jerry Revenge. But now with these 2 pairs, it feels like it blends well with my simple fits.
My personal style is all about simple fits. I like keeping things basic, which is why the Reebok Classic Club C fits in well with my minimal style. Everyone needs a clean, minimal sneaker in their rotation. And the Reebok Classic Club C is for everyone. Every day. Everywhere.
Jeans – Customized Levi’s 501
Shades – Pleasures X Akila La
Watch – Omega
Tote – Reebok Classic Women’s Day Collection
Sneakers – Reebok Classic Club C 35th Anniversary
Chair – Virgil Abloh X Ikea
Hoodie – Selfish
Sweatpants – Essentials by Fear Of God
Shades – Chimi Eyewear
Let me know in the comments what you make of the outfit.
Outfit 1 shot by Karan Maheshwari
Outfit 2 shot by Shravan Shetty