Reebok Kamikaze II Mid “OG”

January 3, 2013 | 11

Made famous by the “Reign Man” Shawn Kemp, the Reebok Kamikaze II in its black/white/racing green/red colorway is set to release this month.

The sneaker makes use of the Seattle Supersonic colors, with a white based upper donning both black and racing green on the detailing. Is it still too early to say Reebok Back?

These are available now via pre-order from PackerShoes.

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Comments (11)

  1. shoe guy

    wow even ugly old shoes are coming back and getting hyped up.. what a mess..

  2. OfficialKickz

    I messed the pre order on packer shoes yesterday…Glad no real hype surrounding…If it aint a Jordan most folks aren’t interested! Just the folks that appreciate the shoes that had it OR wanted it as a kid but never got.

  3. dj_imperiald

    man I love this shoe as a kid…might have to cop for the memories

  4. Will defin be copping these when they drop! Can’t wait!

  5. Jarvo

    Any other place selling these? Miss the pre order :(

  6. shoe guy

    jordans and foams are the hypebeasts precious

  7. aSh

    Man I want this pair!!! But my funds are kinda low… so hopefully I can get the reverse white and black pair…

  8. Shawty Black

    These are very dope. Never wore these as a kid, but can still appreciate how cool this shoe is on face value.

  9. Jerronimo aka Seattle Slimm

    Damn, I miss these Seattle Classics. Griffeys, Gary Paytons and Kemps are all on my list. Jordans are great but you gotta keep an open mind.

  10. dotsupreme

    these are not hyped i hate when people do that but anyway clean af i will be buying im sure not a sole will look twice at these where im from

  11. FiGHTiNG_iRiSH

    Why in the world would you sink money into this when you could just buy a straight Kamikaze which is a million times nicer and more original shoe.

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