Cam’ron Launches “Harlem Nights” Collab With Reebok

Today marks the release of the Reebok DMX Run 10 “Harlem Nights,” the company’s third collaboration with Cam’ron. This time Killa Cam has returned with a whole new design inspired by the Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor film Harlem Nights.

The Reebok classic remains true to its signature DMX cushioning, including the EVA insole, but the shoe’s unique features include an all-black colorway, pony hair detailing—a reference to Cam’s love for fur coats—and the “purple ice” glow-in-the dark outsole, reminiscent of Cam’s classic album, Purple Haze. The shoe also features a metal badge on the backside, engraved with Cam’s nickname, “KILLA.” Last, but certainly not least, a few fish scales were thrown into the mix, representing Cam’s favorite dish, tilapia.

A few poignant and pertinent Cam lyrics can be found on the sock liner and packaging. The Reebok DMX Run 10 ‘ Harlem Nights’  goes on sale today for $200 at and Reebok retailers.


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