Drawing on codes evolved by creative director John Galliano, Maison Margiela teamed up with Reebok to launch the Classic Leather Tabi in white as well as in black. The one-of-a-kind sneaker expresses the characteristics of the French fashion house through one of the American sportswear brand’s most recognizable designs.
The Classic Leather Tabi splices two icons into one. Maison Margiela created the Tabi in 1988, while Reebok’s Classic Leather made its debut five years prior. With its recognizable split-toe construction – and the signature footprint it creates – the resulting hybrid transfers Maison Margiela’s deconstructive design philosophy onto the iconic sneaker silhouette. It truly is the best of both worlds.
Still one of Reebok’s most respected and recognizable shoes, the Classic Leather was rebuilt entirely to accommodate the Tabi split-toe. And to further accomodate the split toe, a tabi toe sock is offered with every shoe.