Reebok introduces an updated version of the late '90s 3D Opus.
This Friday, Reebok Classic will release the 3D OP.98, a silhouette that offers a fresh take on the groundbreaking 3D Opus that first released in 1998.
Created by Reebok Advanced Concepts over two decades ago, the 3D Opus was a rejection of the ordinary. Today, the 3D OP.98 continues its predecessor’s legacy as an eye-catching sneaker that strays from the norm.
Releasing in two colorways, including black, white and green, and black, white and gold, the rejuvenated 3D OP.98 features premium material layering that supports and accentuates the style’s controlled complexity. Weaving conventional rubber and foam, sitting on top of Reebok’s iconic split tooled soles, the durable sneaker provides exceptional comfort and superior design.
Launching on Friday, August 17th, for the retail price of $150, the 3D OP.98 will be available for purchase on Reebok.com and select other Reebok retailers.
In other Reebok news, the Cam'ron x Reebok Question Mid is officially slated to release this Saturday, August 18. Click here for more details on that.