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How to dye your Reebok Club C ‘Self Dye’

With the release of our exclusive Reebok Club C ‘Self Dye’ looming, we’ve reached out to dye masters Rit who’ve kindly put together a series of ‘how to’ guides to make customising your trainers a breeze.

Reebok Club C 'Self Dye' - size? Exclusive

Before you get started, you need to whip up your dye bath – check out the graphic below which shows you how, and if you want to learn the formulas for a whole rainbow of colours click here.

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Solid: One Colour Dye

1. Gather supplies

2. Wet Club C until they’re damp. Use a towel to remove any excess water.

3. Wearing protective gloves, prepare dyebath in a large container with hot water, the desired colour and 125 grams of salt.

4. Dip damp Club C lace-side down into dyebath for 2-3 minutes, making sure not to get dye on the soles.

5. Once you’re satisfied with the colour, allow the Club C to sit and absorb the dye for 30 minutes.

6. Rinse the shoes in hot water until rinse water begins to run clear.

7. Allow to air dye.

Dip Dye: Three Colours With Two Dyes

1. Gather supplies

2. Wet Club C until they’re damp. Use a towel to remove any excess water.

3. Carefully tape off Club C bottom to prevent dye from bleeding into the soles

4. Wearing protective gloves, prepare two dyebaths with hot water and desired colours to create a dip-dyed look. Keep in mind that the two colours will overlap to create a third colour in the middle.

5. Add 125 grams of salt to each dyebath.

6. Dip the front two-thirds of each Club C into the first dyebath for 2-3 minutes.

7. Dip the bottom two-thirds of each Club C into the second dyebath for 2-3 minutes.

8. Rinse the shoes in hot water until rinse water begins to run clear.

9. Allow to air dry.

Tie Dye: Multicolour

1. Gather supplies. You will need a squeeze bottle for this technique.

2. Wet Club C until they’re damp. Use a towel to remove any excess water.

3. Carefully tape off Club C bottom to prevent dye from bleeding into the soles.

4. Wearing rubber gloves, mix 30ml of your desired colour with 0.5 litres of hot water and 12 grams of salt. Pour into a squeeze bottle. Repeat for each colour.

5. Place shoes on a wire rack with a tray under it.

6. Starting with the lightest colour, squirt dye onto Club C as desired. Keep in mind that colours can overlap to create new hues.

7. Repeat with other colours as desired.

8. Once you’re satisfied with the colour, allow the shoes to sit and absorb the dye for 30 minutes.

9. Rinse the shoes in hot water until rinse water begins to run clear.

10. Use a hairdryer to blow-dry the Club C with hot air for five minutes.

Enter the draw for our exclusive Reebok Club C ‘Self Dye’ via the size? launches app now. It will also be in size? stores on Thursday 8th October, priced at £65 and available in both men’s and women’s sizes.

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