Reebok Club C celebrates 35th anniversary with new "color package"

When it debuted in 1985, Reebok's Club C was presented as an elegant tennis silhouette, which would give the wearer access to any racket-swinging club. In the years since it has transformed into a much-loved lifestyle silhouette, and now, in celebration of its 35th anniversary, the Club C has been released in a brand new "Color Pack".

Equipped with "Glen green","Legacy Red" or "Fierce Goldembellishments, this trifecta of tennis-inspired styles usually keeps things subtle, but adds a touch of flair to nod to the inclusive nature of Club C. Each pair is made from white leather, with the matching colored accents draped over the sockliner and the heel tab There is also a touch of colored piping running under the collar and a signature Reebok Union Jack hit on the quarter.

Tongue patches and insoles offer the most direct nod to the collection's inspiration through a special graphic showing crossed tennis rackets. Meanwhile, the white rubber midsoles and contrasting outsoles round out all three styles. This release continues a busy period for Club C, following a keen "International Sports" collection and a preview of a new JJJJound collaboration.