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The co-branded effort takes on some of Reebok’s classic footwear styles and, through design, pays homage to iconic hot sauces from the viral web show.
The Club C “Mild” is a crisp white leather sneaker featuring a 1,985 Scoville tongue detail, a single green lace and a Hot Ones co-branded heel. It’s the most simple of the designs, but that’s what makes it great for everyday wear.
Shop: Club C “Mild”, $100
The Classic Leather “Medium” has chicken wings printed on the bottom of its soles, “medium heat” orange lacing, yellow to red ombré detailing on the sides and a respectable 198,301 Scoville rating on the tongue.
Shop: Classic Leather “Medium”, $100
And finally, there’s the Shaqnosis “Hot” sneakers — and these basketball shoes are made to stand out. With green, orange, yellow and red seams on black leather, these red-laced sneakers have a high 1,995,000 Scoville rating on the tongue.
Shop: Shaqnosis “Hot”, $160
All of the Reebok x Hot Ones sneakers, referred to as “Meals,” are available on Reebok.com. The kicks ship in custom packaging with tissue paper that is designed to be cutout and used as a bib for hot wing eating.
The capsule collection also features T-shirts with custom crossover graphics, available in black or red.
If you’re not familiar, First We Feats’s hit web show Hot Ones features celebrity interviews by host Sean Evans. The trick is, the celebrity eats increasingly spicy wings throughout the course of the interview. The show has nearly 200 episodes across 13 seasons, and its own line of hot sauces — a few of which are even ITK editor-approved.
Whether you’re a fan of the show or just a fan of seriously hot sneakers, this collab is one you don’t want to miss.
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