Generally speaking, you don’t really have to do a lot of extra work to get people excited about camouflage. Though its usage in fashion is, in terms of history, a comparatively recent development, it has become a timeless, cross-cultural staple.
Camouflage patterns are not only versatile and aesthetically pleasing, (the original concept was developed and worked on by fine artists, after all,) but maintain an allure thanks to the aggressive connotations that its military background carries. One of the great features about the use of camouflage in fashion is that these connotations can be either embraced or subverted, as the individual user sees fit.
This collection of camouflaged Reebok Furylites hits on all of these themes. Three pairs feature a classic, “duck hunter” pattern of large, multicolored irregular spots in, respectively, a classic woodland, blue, and a tan/soft pink/green colorway. The Furylite SOC takes on a more futuristic bent, featuring digital camouflage patterns in non-traditional colorways.
Whichever pair you choose, there is one key aspect of camouflage functionality you’ll want to avoid: you will definitely blend into the crowd wearing these.
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