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The Kamikaze line from Reebok has been a staple with the brand dating back to the original model which was worn by Shawn Kemp during his days in Seattle. Almost 20 years since dropping the original, Reebok rolls out the Kamikaze IV, and it's built to live up to the performance standards basketball shoes carry today.

The Kamikaze IV looks like it takes some design cues from competing brands including a similar sole design as the adidas Crazy 8. Where Reebok differentiates is through the materials, as the shoes feature a highly breathable engineered mesh overlay and a rugged traction pattern that looks like it'll withstand the wear and tear from any outdoor court. The debut color comes in a black, red and white look with a few unique touches including paint splatter design through the midsole.

These were originally scheduled to drop in early September, but unfortunately the shoes are only available at select international retailers. If you can't wait to grab a pair, head over to Gallery2, but for those who want to check them in person, keep it locked to Sneaker Report for all future updates.

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