British sneaker brand Reebok has hooked up with retail spot size? on an exclusive pastel pack for summer. The “Purple Oasis” pack features two of Reebok’s most iconic styles, the Classic and the Workout Plus. Both styles have been given an allover pastel purple and display their bold and distinctive features without any distractions. The upper on each style is crafted from a brushed micro-perforated nubuck on the base, while the outer paneling exhibits a soft, buttery suede, both complemented by a white midsole and an iced gum sole unit. The pack launches worldwide on August 8 via direct links on their Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as in store. Be warned the styles are limited to 500 pairs worldwide so move fast
British athletic brand Reebok unveil five new Spring/Summer 2014 colorways of their Insta Pump Fury silhouette. The rather idiosyncratic sneaker returns in a lineup of vibrant summer colour combos, sure to turn heads in the streets. The full Reebok Insta Pump Fury Spring/Summer 2014 collection is slated to hit retailers in the following weeks.
I think Reebok have done an amazing job with their choice of colabs over the last 12 months… without realising they have made me at least start wearing them again and buying from their seasonal collections. The next colab up is Aape (which ever collection its always BAPE to me!) hooking up an edition of the Insta Pump Fury. Like its collaboration with adidas earlier this year, camo is key to the design. A release date is set for the 16th of September. What do you think? If anyone is reading from Reebok, I neeeeeeeeeed these ;)
Let me save you a trip to find a dictionary (aka Wikipedia) to look-up the word “compendium.” In short, it is a “concise, yet comprehensive complication of a body of knowledge.” And, from the looks of it, that’s exactly what we have here. Spanning from 1917 through today, this 24″ by 36″ print from Pop Chart Lab includes 134 of the greatest sneakers ever to release, beginning with the Chuck Taylor through to today’s Air Yeezy and collabs between Jeremy Scott x Adidas. The print, which will see an initial run of 500, each signed by the artists, doesn’t discriminate by brand or type; instead, it’s a straightforward account of the best of the best from Vans, Etnies, Reebok, Asics, and on and on. And, if this isn’t cool enough as it is, you can even get it custom-framed in a foam rubber sneaker frame. The perfect gift for the sneakerhead in your life (including yourself), they are available now via the Pop Chart Lab online shop
For Spring/Summer 2011, Jun Watanabe, toymaker TAMIYA and Japanese retailer atmos have collaborated on the Reebok Insta Pump Fury as well as a limited edition RC Car. Featuring similar design inspiration that we’ve seen from Watanabe and atmos in the past, the upper has been made from a combination of synthetic leather and nylon materials and features an eclectic palette of bold colors and prints. Presented over a purple and pink sole, similar colors appear on the inner lining of the Pup Fury. In addition to the shoe, TAMIYA presents an RC Hornet Car with matching prints and colors.
After its commemorative project on the Pump and Workout, could the Ex-O-Fit be the next inline for a major haul over from Reebok? This might just be the case as Swizz Beatz previewed a glimpse of what is to come later this year on his Instagram, a pair of Reebok Ex-O-Fit Hi in faux leopard fur. Accentuated with gum rubber outsole and black leather elements, no detailed information on its design or release date are available yet at the moment.