Teyana Taylor recently became the brand ambassador for Reebok, which she described is “a dream come true.” The musician and model is continuing to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the brand’s Freestyle Hi sneaker, which is widely known as the first athletic sneaker to be made specifically for women.
Better late then never, last March, 2017, the brand unveiled the latest addition to the Freestyle family, the “Color Bomb” sneaker. Since the Freestyles were birthed in the 1980s, the Color Bomb collection is inspired by the vibrancy of the era with hues such as “Mineral Mist” and “Pink Craze.”
Taylor can be seen rocking the Color Bombs in new ads highlighting the loudness of the sneaks. The Freestyle Color Bombs are $75 and will be available at Reebok.com and additional retailers beginning today.
Photo credit Reebok
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