Reebok released CrateMaster earlier, a short film directed by Reebok Vice President of Creative Direction Kerby Jean-Raymond, profiling grassroots inner-city basketball and the community of youth who build the game from the ground up.
In honor of the film, which was shot in Brownsville, N.Y., adjacent to Jean-Raymond’s hometown of Flatbush, Reebok has produced a limited, member-exclusive release of the “Flatbush” pinny that was featured in the film. Just before the film’s July 14 release, Jean-Raymond honored Flatbush by adorning the pinny during his historic Pyer Moss Couture Week debut, where he became the first Black-American designer to show.
Nodding retro basketball, hometown youth hoops and the DIY game, the “Flatbush” pinny is available in four colors, including Vector red, Vector blue, green and purple, with purple being the most limited style of the collection.
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