New colorways of the Reebok CLUB C BULC are on the way. For those of you not too familiar with the model, the Reebok CLUB C BULC is expressive and exaggerated model that pays homage to those that have worn other Reebok silhouettes, including the LT Court and original Club C, to skate in over the past few decades. The model embodies a Y2K aesthetic that is reminiscent of skate shoes from the ‘90s and 2000s. The intention behind the shoe was to create an overbuilt version of the iconic Club C to perfectly complement the baggy, loose-fitting apparel trends of the time period.

The latest Reebok CLUB C BULC drop will feature several color packs inspired by skate culture, the aesthetic of the ‘90s/’00s and of course, the iconic Club C itself. Additionally, two colorways even feature archival Reebok skate logos on the heel. The Court Brown/White and Sedona Rose/White colorways pay homage to the birthplace of skateboarding, California, in the late ‘70s, these colorways, along with the durable nylon and suede featured throughout the shoes, evoke the consumer styling trends of the decade. The White/Varsity Green and White/Classic Burgundy are two trend-forward CLUB C BULC pairs that keep the iconic minimalism of the silhouette intact. The pairs feature premium materials to ensure the new iterations are as timeless and versatile as the original shoe. The Core Black/Team Yellow and Varsity Green/Shocking Orange pairs come with a skate logo on the heel that was pulled directly from the Reebok archive and will bring you right back to the 2000s. Driving that essence home is a quilted, premium suede upper and rubber toe bumper, something seen on many skate shoes of the era. Lastly, the Vector Navy/Cyber Mint and Grout/Laser Pink colorways are inspired by the grunge and neutrals of the ‘90s and poppy, electricity of the early ‘00s.

Look for these new colorways of the Reebok CLUB C BULC to be available in unisex sizing on beginning in mid-September from $90-$110.