Reebok Announces Larger Release For The Curren$y’s Club C

Reebok has announced two product collabs, and a wider release of the Club C with global artist, Curren$y. The Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85, and an announcement for the launch of the Reebok Classic x Mita Workout Low Clean.

The Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85 was originally launched during an intimate Curren$y performance at Sneaker Politics in New Orleans during All-Star weekend, the Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85 is now available for a wider release on Reebok.com starting at 12am on Friday, March 10th. The shoe draws inspiration from legacy Curren$y has built, both in and out of studio. The shoe features very smooth design elements that are special to the NOLA bred, including both “Jet Life” branding at the heel and “Andretti OG” logo on the insole, a premium hairy green suede upper with GUM bottom, and a hidden stash pocket behind the tongue label. If you didn’t get a chance to cop a pair during the original release, the Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85 is $100 available in Men’s sizing on Reebok.com.

Reebok has announced another release that features a collaboration with Reebok Classic and Tokyo’s mita sneakers to update its classic cross-trainer with a military-inspired vibe, called the Reebok Classic x Mita Sneakers Workout Low Clean. The new collaboration splices two Reebok models together, flaunting ‘Coyote Brown’ suede and rugged canvas lifted directly from the Reebok Hyper Velocity boot combat boot, with grab-handle heel tabs that add an extra layer of military-spec fashion influence, and is capped off with dual-branded insoles that display mita sneakers’ famous chain-link fence.

The new Reebok Classic x Mita Sneakers Workout Low Clean is the first official partnership in Reebok Classics’ “Year of Fitness” campaign that will run throughout 2017. The kicks will become available at a set price of $119.99 starting tomorrow from Reebok retailers worldwide.

Check out images of each collaboration in the gallery below.

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New ‘Life’ Sneak Peek Shows the Terrors of Extraterrestrial Life

Ahead of its premiere later this month, here we showcase an extended look at Daniel Espinosa’s upcoming sci-fi thriller Life. The film centers around astronauts (played by Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson and Ryan Reynolds) onboard the International Space Station, as they come in contact with extraterrestrial life on Mars.

The on-hand sneak peek in turn lets us in on what happens when the apparent life form makes its way onto the International Space Station, quickly turning from smiles to all-out terror.

A portion of the clip has been featured in previous trailers, but here you’ll get a better feel for the impending nightmare.

Life lands in theaters on March 24.

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Nike Unveils Patterned-Denim “Afro Punk” Pack

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Brand: Nike

Model: Air Max 90, Air Huarache, Air Force 1 ’07 LV8

Key Features: Denim uppers, unique rainbow-patterned design stretching across the seams and mudguard areas on each pair. Finished with gum sole on the Huaraches and Air Max 90s, and an all-white midsole and outsole on the Air Force 1.

Release Date: Now available.

Price: $99 USD (Air Force 1), $115 USD (Huarache and Air Max 90)

Availability: Available at retailers such as atmos Tokyo.

Editor’s Notes: This month has been all about the Air Max 1, but that doesn’t mean Nike has forgotten to give one of its favorite models love – this rendition of the Air Max 90 is likely one of the most colorful we’ve seen yet, and that statement applies to the rest of the pack as well – they’ll be great statement pieces to add to any wardrobe. The pack has been touted as extremely limited, so be swift if you’re looking to grab a pair.

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Brentwood Mother Wants President Trump’s Help Cracking Down On Gang Violence

BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Long Island mother is challenging her Congressman, Peter King, to bring President Donald Trump into her community.

She wants the president to see firsthand the trouble gangs are causing.

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Tim Sini sent a direct message to gangs this week: “We are coming for you.” But it’s being met with mixed reaction in the Brentwood community, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.

“Jennifer Lopez makes news with her new boyfriend, but meanwhile these kids’ murders are not getting solved,” parent Rose Kelty said.

Kelty does not know the families of the children murder by gangs, but she’s had enough. She personally called her Congressman, Peter King, during a telephone town hall.

“Yes I did, yes I did. And I appreciate Channel 2 coming out to do the story, because we need some help in this community,” she said.

“I admire her for being so outspoken. I’m going to ask the president to be there. I think it will be a great, symbolic move and also a real substantive move,” King said.

Kelty remembers Trump referring to a headline, reading “Focus Of Brentwood Killing Probe: ‘Extremely Violent’ Gang,” and saying gangs are finished.

“I see President Trump on television and he’s going around and he’s promoting education, but what about the mothers whose child is not coming home?” she said.

“The president can make it clear, which he has, that he stands with police, that he believes that these type of gangs have to be stopped. And you know of the 13 that were arrested, 10 of them are illegal immigrants,” King said.

Kelty says the neighborhood will be waiting and watching.

“I’m not worried about health care, because we’re not going to have any healthcare, because we’re not going to have any kids. Kids don’t even think they are going to make it past a certain age to live,” she said.

King says he doesn’t want to create friction by inviting the president. He says he will not only check with local law enforcement and political leaders, but also with community groups and clergy before issuing a formal invitation.

Several immigrants rights organizations told CBS2 they doubted a Trump visit would do much to bring real solutions to the problems of gang violence in Brentwood.

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