Reebok just dropped their latest Human Rights Now! collection, a long-term product platform that debuted in 2021, designed to fuel the brand’s mission to inspire human rights and human movement.
This year’s capsule collection aims to bring awareness to equity and access in sport, celebrating the
progress we’ve made, but also recognizing the much-needed work that still needs to be done. The line
comes fifty years after a historic law passed that achieved better equity for women in sports and forty
years after the debut of Reebok’s Freestyle Hi, the very first fitness shoe made specifically for women.
The collection includes a range of lifestyle footwear and apparel in unisex and women’ sizing, all incorporating a black, green and white color palette. Recurring details include the Human Rights Now! logo on the tongue and the Human Rights Now! manifesto is depicted on the heels of the footwear and select apparel. It reads, “Let your voice be heard, wear this product with pride. Not just because you support the fight for human rights, but because you have those rights.”
The footwear collection includes the Club C Revenge ($90), Classic Leather ($85), Club C Mid ($90),
Classic Nylon ($90) and Freestyle Hi ($90) in a variety of colorways including Black, White, Green Cream
and Morning Fog. Highlights of the apparel collection include the HRN Crew Neck ($65), HRN Legging
($70), HRN T-shirt ($35) and HRN Jogger ($70).
Headlining Reebok’s Human Rights Now! collection is Lexie Brown, a Reebok partner and professional
basketball player. As a longtime athlete Lexie has seen disparity in equity in sport and is passionate
about creating lasting change for the future generations of women in sports.
The Reebok Human Rights Now! collection is now available to purchase on Reebok.com.
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