Reebok x Capcom Footwear Collection Showcases Classic Street Fighter Characters

Reebok x Capcom Footwear Inspired by Street Fighter Characters

Capcom is partnering with Reebox in celebration of the 35th anniversary of Street Fighter with a range of footwear and apparel inspired by the franchise’s iconic characters and even stages and game releases. Reebok is updating a range of established models of sneakers, hi-tops, and sandals with new colors and designs. As of December 15, 2022, Street Fighter branded t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, and shorts will be available on Reebok’s online store. Some items will also be made exclusively available via shoe outlet Footlocker.

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These include Street Fighter shoes in the colors of the aforementioned characters Ryu and Akuma, as well as Chun-Li, Cammy, Zangief, and Dhalsim. There are also some deep cuts, referencing the training stage and even hi-tops styled after the 1992 release of Street Fighter 2 Champion Edition.

Here is the full list of shoes that will be available:

  • Classic Leather – $100
  • Classic Slide (Two colorway options available) – $45
  • Club C 85 – $100
  • Furylite 95 – $100
  • Instapump Fury 95 – $100
  • LX2200 – $110
  • Nano X2 – $150
  • Shaq Attaq – $200
  • Zig Kinetica 2.5 – $130

And here is a closer look at each Reebok Street Fighter shoe.

The sneaker line was released earlier this year, according to Event Hubs, but seemingly exclusively through Reebok Taiwan.

Taito recently confirmed that it is working on an arcade release of Street Fighter 6 although only confirmed that it would be available within 2023. The game will release on June 2, 2023 on the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

Capcom and Reebok’s Street Fighter 6 collection will appear on December 15, 2022.

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