Reebok’s DMX 1200 Low a Fine Fusion of Modern and Retro
Reebok's DMX line made a welcome return last year, graciously reviving neglected archival models like the DMX Daytona OG and the much-loved DMX Run 10. With the retros now out of the way, the 'Bok have been expanding the line with new experimental designs, the latest of which is the DMX 1200 Low.
In contrast to the modern aesthetics of the recently released DMX Fusion, the DMX 1200 Low whole-heartedly embraces the past. It's a chunky 90s-style trainer built atop the Daytona sole unit that slots in nicely between adidas' Yeezy BOOST 700 and PUMA's Thunder Spectra. Three colourways are currently available. Two perfectly capture the mid-90s vibe with hits of neon green and fluro orange respectively, while the third keeps things slick in black, white and grey.
The Reebok DMX 1200 Low is available now through select stockists worldwide.