Today, Reebok reveals the Human Rights Now! collection, designed to fuel the brand’s mission to inspire human rights and human movement.
The Reebok design team has brought back the original graphics from the 1988 Human Rights Now! World Tour—a benefit concert series to celebrate and raise awareness for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the work of Amnesty International. In conjunction with the release of the Human Rights Now! collection, Reebok is also donating $270K to RISE, a non-profit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations.
The unisex footwear collection includes Classic Leather ($120), and the Club-C ($120). There are also vintage wash apparel pieces, including a logo hoodie ($85), T-shirt ($40) and shorts ($55). —Vita Daily