Hit warp speed with this sick new Reebok collection

When Robert Zemeckis depicted the “future” of 2015 in Back to the Future: Part II, he was on the right track.

Sure, we don’t have flying cars (or hoverboards) but things are definitely much more digital nowadays than they were back in the 1980s.

We can stream a world’s worth of media right on our living room TV, do our banking, visit the doctor or even catch a concert virtually. Hell, even the queue we stand in for sneakers every weekend is on a screen rather than a sidewalk now.

That’s the future we live in, and that’s the inspiration behind Reebok’s latest collection.

The Reebok ‘Digi-Warp’ collection, arriving at JD Sports on 3/20, uses “glitched” effects and electronic-inspired color schemes to highlight the sudden yet temporary moments in the digital world where dysfunction or irregularity exists.

You can choose from the Question Low and Kamikaze retro basketball models, an Instapump Fury OG and a Classic Leather Legacy silhouette to zap some futuristic color into your everyday rotation.

Cop yours when the Reebok ‘Digi-Warp’ collection lands at jdsports.com on 3/20.

STATUS Giveaway

Three lucky STATUS members have the chance to win a Reebok ‘Digi-Warp’ prize pack including a pair of Reebok Question Lows, a gaming chair and headset.

Hit the Rewards Catalog and redeem your points to enter. Not a member? Sign up here. Last day to enter is 4/5! Read the official rules that apply.



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