The Hundreds is set to join forces with Reebok to produce a special sneaker later this year. Transforming the original basketball pump into The Hundreds’ Adam Bomb logo, this collaboration fully takes on its designer’s diagnostics. The brand’s name is also present, seen in white on the pump, which accents a black and grey base. Tell us what you want to see from The Hundreds x Reebok in the comment section, and click on the link underneath to get a Sneak Peek inside of Jon Hundred’s personal stock of over 2,500 pairs.
Reebok's history began way back in 1890, when a shoemaker named J.W. Foster developed the first known running shoes with spikes, enabling athletes to run faster than ever before. Since then Reebok has seen the world a little differently and throughout our history have made our mark when we've had the courage to challenge convention. Reebok creates products and marketing programs that reflect the brand's unlimited creative potential.
If you are looking to purchase the latest Reebok shoes, check out what we have in stock at ShopNiceKicks.com.
Workouts for women took a whole new shape in the 1980s, with ladies around the world bouncing around and getting physical. Directly correlated and forever associated with the bold calisthenics was the run of Reebok sneakers that transitioned from the studio to the street. One of the game-changing silhouettes from the era returns with the new Reebok Freestyle “Vintage” Pack. Alternatively known as the 5411, the Reebok Freestyle holds a recognizable design in a quintet of vivid colors. Maintaining its nostalgia, the retro rendition of the model still features original Union Jack branding, an exposed foam tongue, and crackled vintage leather sidestripes. Get a look at the full collection below, and watch for the Freestyle “Vintage” Pack today at select Reebok Classic retailers.
Paying homage to Glenn Robinson’s last year in the NBA with the San Antonio Spurs, who once had blue and pink in their logo, the Reebok The Rail is on its way in a Blue/Pink-Grey style code. The Big Dog was known in the league for his hard-nosed style of play, inspiring his signature sneaker that is just as aggressive. Originally born in 1996, the durable design now relaxes in refreshing fashion. This representative uses a grey nubuck base, accented by the Spurs’ throwback tones of teal and pink on the medial and lateral panels. Black and white contribute additional contrast throughout on this hot makeup that will drop in both adult and grade school sizes, as seen above. Get the “Spurs” Rails when they release in limited quantities for $100 on April 25th at select RBK retailers, including Reebok.com.
The latest to corner the kick with a collab, Bodega provides their own take on the Reebok Insta Pump Fury. Celebrating the kick’s 20th anniversary, a mix of soft leather, suede and neoprene make up the shoe’s upper, featuring a plethora of muted tones. The Boston-based storefront serves up a unique rendering of the sneaker, with a launch date set for April 19th overseas. Check out the images below to see the Bodega x Reebok Insta Pump Fury in detail and hit up Hanon when the times comes to cop them for £139 (~$232).
This year is shaping up to truly be the year of the Reebok Insta Pump Fury OG, as the model is outfitted with a “Jackie Chan” homage-paying colorway. Originally worn by Chan himself back in the ’90s, the reissue returns with its neon neoprene sections intact, set atop soft white mesh, and accented by hits of flat grey on the toe cap, and athletic navy also inserted in the mix. The “Jackie Chan” Reebok Insta Pump Fury OG is available now at atmos via pre-order, and scheduled to ship on May 23.