Why you’ll want the unisex Victoria Beckham x Reebok Bolton Sock Lo sneakers

Lauren Chaplin 13 March 2019 NEWS

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Take a look at the genderless kicks that are the perfect fusion of fashion and comfort.

Ever since Victoria Beckham first released her collaboration with global sportswear brand Reebok, there has been major hype. The first drop of the collection sold out in less than 12 hours thanks to it being equal parts fashionable and workout-friendly. Now, the fashion mogul has debuted the latest piece of her spring/summer 2019 sportswear collection with Reebok – the Bolton Sock Lo sneakers.

From the get-go, the entire collaborative line has focused on being as gender-neutral as possible, and these kicks are no exception. Designed to be unisex, the Bolton Sock Lo's are a reimagining of Reebok's 90s Bolton running silhouette and are available in two colourways. Black Sahara is a black iteration featuring elements of tan and orange for bright, tonal contrast. The Wild Khaki Sahara colourway, meanwhile, is a caramel design contrasted with black and solar orange with tonal orange laces.

Each design features supportive knit upper and textured overlays for ultimate comfort. Beckham has said that the sneakers were once again specifically designed to look good and be highly-functional. In an interview, the former Spice Girl said, "The Bolton Lo mixes the relaxed attitude of streetwear with the practical performance of sportswear. The minimal design and bold colour scheme stay true to my fashion brand."

When and where can you shop the sneakers?

The Bolton Sock Los are set to drop on 15 March, meaning that you won't have to wait long to add them to cart. They will be available alongside the rest of the Victoria Beckham athletic-wear line on the Reebok web store.

The kicks will set you back US$250, which is a fair bit more than the ordinary Reebok Boltons. Then again, these babies are designer, so it's hardly surprising that they would come with a designer price tag. Luckily, Reebok now offers Afterpay, so you can snap up a pair and pay them off in four easy instalments.

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