Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 at 1:15 pm  |  9 responses

Reebok Triple Black Kamikaze Available Friday

From our friends at Reebok:

This Friday, July 8th, Reebok will release its newest shoe, the Triple Black Kamikaze.

The Triple Black Kamikaze is a monochromatic all black hi-top sneaker with an upper made of leather, nylon and suede. It incorporates 3-pod Hexalite sole technology for superior cushioning, and systematically placed flex frooves on the outsole for added traction. These are also the kicks that Rick Ross customized with gold paint and wore during the Hot 97 Summer Jam in NYC earlier this month. The new Triple Black Kamikaze retails for $100 and will be available at these retailers:

California: Millennium Shoes

DC: Shoe City Sports Zone

Florida: Cool J’s Mr R Sports

Georgia: DTLR Jimmy Jazz Walters Clothing TAF

Illinois: City Sports TAF TAF UP DTLR

Maryland: Shoe City Sports Zone Jimmy Jazz DTLR

Michigan: Jus Shooz Puffer Red

North Carolina: DTLR Jimmy Jazz

Nevada: Shoe Palace

New York: Villa Dr Jays Harlem BX Sports Jimmy Jazz David Z

Ohio: Villa

Pennsylvania: Villa

Texas: Shoe Palace

Virginia: DTLR Jimmy Jazz Shoe City

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  • shuref00t

    I’d rock ‘em!

  • http://www.slamonline.com spit hot fiyah

    me too, if they paid me for it

  • alex80

    Ugly as Sh·t!!!! How to compare that to the Og Kemp, Kamikaze . Not even close.
    What’s with Reebok?? Put your sh%t back together by hiring me.

  • Yann Blavec

    They ‘ll be available in october-december here in france, and i’m gonna buy a pair.

  • idrees

    i swear that looks like a pair of air jordans

  • Riggs

    looks better than some jordans coming. Yeah i said it.

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  • http://slamonline.com nbafan1

    who cares if rick ross rocked them what nba ballers rocked it? …. this is basketball only show me nikes n jordans cuz thats sum real n!$$a sh!t

  • Arch

    Retros>>>All….cept’ RedBottoms; Death to MJ’s post 2008 Line-up’