Reebok will be celebrating the Freestyle’s 35th anniversary and the Workout’s 30th anniversary in 2017 and these videos kick off how the style has evolved from its roots in the 80’s to how they endure to today. For Spring/Summer ‘17 Reebok Classic is taking you on a journey through the past three decades, exploring the cultural status of two of Reebok’s most well-known Fitness Heritage models in partnership with Tokyo based illustrator, Rimo.

Inspired by the cultural and style legacy of the Freestyle and Workout sneakers, Rimo captures the vibrancy and diversity of London, New York, Paris, Amsterdam and Tokyo, celebrating the different subcultures that have adopted the sneakers since their launch in the 80’s. The series of illustrations showcase the silhouettes’ transition over the last three decades, originating as gym staples and elevating to streetwear icons.

Alongside the imagery, a behind the scenes video dives into Rimo’s creative process, exploring the cities and the different ways in which fashion and subculture evolve across the world. Thirty years after their debut, both sneakers have remained two of Reebok’s ever-enduring silhouettes and continue to be at the heart of street culture and style, testament to their timeless design.

Join Reebok in celebrating these milestones at www.reebok.com and select retailers worldwide.