Rapper Future has partnered with designers at sportswear company Reebok to launch a shoe line.
The Tony Montana star took to Instagram over the weekend (09-10Jul16) to show off a pair of the Reebok InstaPump Fury's he helped design.
"I'm excited to kick off the summer with Reebok by my side," a statement from the rapper reads. "It's a natural fit for me to work with a brand like Reebok that also shares my beliefs in moving culture forward and being passionate in what you believe in. Not only am I honored, but I feel privileged to be a part of the family."
Rappers Kendrick Lamar and Swizz Beatz have also partnered with the company, while Kanye West inked a deal with Reebok's rival Adidas in 2014.
This isn't Future's first foray into fashion - in 2015, he teamed with bosses at headwear line NEFF for a line of clothes, and launched his own limited edition T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts at his Freebandz Pop-Up Shop in Los Angeles.
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