A few months ago at Coachella, Future took the stage in a never before seen pair of high-top Reeboks that looked a lot like Shawn Kemp's Reebok Kamikaze with influence from the unique Reebok InstaPump Fury.

As it turns out, that sneaker is called the Reebok Furykaze and it is Future's first signature sneaker. He shared a detailed video of the Reebok Furykaze on Snapchat not long ago, and today he announced the official release date - November 7th.

In a simple photo shared with his 11.3 million IG followers, Future debuted an all-grey colorway of his brand new Reebok collab which we assume is the pair that will release next month. 

He didn't provide any details other than "November 7th" so it's unclear if more colorways will also be releasing, or how many pairs will be available. We have seen other colorways of the Future x Reebok Furykaze in the past, but this is the first time the grey rendition has surfaced.

November 7th @reebokclassics

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Future and Reebok first announced their partnership last July, continuing the brand's legacy of working with hip hop artists.

"Future exudes the type of fearlessness and authenticity that Reebok Classic stands for," said Todd Krinsky, Global Vice President of Reebok Classic and Entertainment. "This partnership not only continues our brand's longstanding legacy of working with the world's best hip hop artists, but also solidifies Reebok Classic's commitment to never back down from pushing boundaries. I've had a preview of what’s to come from Future and Reebok and I can't wait for everyone to see!"

As part of his partnership with Reebok, Future has already helped them launch a special edition "Freebandz" Reebok InstaPump Fury, as well as a brand new silhouette, the Reebok Zoku Runner, which also comes in a limited edition "Freebandz" colorway.

Check out some of the other Reebok Furykaze colorways below and stay tuned for more release information.