From sleek sneakers crafted with silk kimono to upcycled kicks made from Hiroshima’s paper cranes, Japan offers some of the coolest sneakers in the world. If you’re on the hunt for another rare find, you’ll want to add these new Reebok shoes to your wishlist.
Following the first drop of the Baby Star Ramen Reebok Classic Leather sneakers (pictured above) in August, Reebok has teamed up with Japanese retailer Atmos to release another pair of Baby Star Ramen-themed sneakers.
This new pair of Reebok Club C's is an ode to the nostalgic snack, with a print of the dried noodles covering the shoe's upper.
The shoes also incorporate fun design details, such as the snack's two mascots Bei-chan and Hoshino-kun.
Take a peek inside and you’ll find that the entire insole features Baby Star Ramen. It looks as if the noodles have been poured into the shoe.
Another cheeky touch is that the Reebok logo has been renamed to ‘Ramen’ – and we are here for it.
The sneakers, which retail at ¥14,300, will only be available in Japan. You can purchase them through an online lottery system until Friday November 25. You can also find them at the Atmos online store from Saturday November 26.
The first pair can still be purchased through the Atmos online store here.
See the website for more information.
This article was published on August 22 and updated on November 21.
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