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Teyana Taylor and Reebok Classic teamed up for a some fresh pair of “color bomb” pack.

Reebok is celebrating the 35th anniversary of its iconic Reebok Freestyle sneaker in 2017 and Teyana Taylor is among a few celebrities sign on to promote the brands new “Free Your Style” campaign. So far we’ve seen some eye catching colors like Pink Craze and Mineral Mist which pays homage to the 80s when loud colors were a hit.

In a few of the promo shots you can see Teyana Taylor posing in some 80s and early 90s hip hop themed style rocking her high top Pink Craze Reebok Classic. The photos were taken in front a lush pink background with the rapper donning pink nails and a pink candy in her mouth in reminiscence of the early hip hop era.

The new Reebok Classic sneakers are currently available on Reebok.com and in some select stores at a retail price of $75.

Teyana Taylor

Teyana Taylor

Teyana Taylor

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