Reebok's £230 Trainer Version of Maison Margiela's Coveted Tabi Boots Is Available Now
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Get ready: Maison Margiela and Reebok released a trainer version of Margiela's Classic Leather Tabi. As a part of an ongoing collaboration, the brands came out with a white and black iteration of the trainers. If you're wondering if the trainers will also have the boot's iconic split-toe silhouette, you'd be correct.
Reebok's Classic Leather, which was originally designed as a running shoe in 1983, was redesigned to help accommodate Maison Margiela's recognisable split-toe construction, which dates back to 1988. The trainers are created in nappa leather and features an EVA sole. A Tabi toe sock is also offered to complement both shoes. Back in September, the duo released the Tabi Instapump Fury, and it ranged at a higher price point between £895 to £1,125. This iteration is more affordable with a £230 price tag, so if you weren't able to purchase the Furys, this collab may be right up your alley. (Not the most affordable, but they are already highly covetable!)