Reebok, in its own unique way, revolutionized footwear more than 20 years ago with the release of its DMX Run 10. Originally launched back in 1997, the avant-garde design was a technical whiz, utilizing Dynamic Motion Control innovation masterfully flowing through the shoe’s sole unit. Now, more than two decades later, the DMX Run 10 is back. Although not in the ahead-of-its-time frame that championed late 90’s style, but a modern-day refinement fittingly dubbed the Reebok DMX Fusion.
Cleverly produced in contemporary Ultraknit fabrication, the low-profile silhouette bears a sleek aesthetic with an adaptive lacing system that makes for an intuitive wear. Of course, retooled DMX technology is present within this new model, bridging the gap between the elder DMX Run 10 and the re-imagining that is the DMX Fusion.
Black and white colorways help debut the adoring style, both of which highlight light pops of Neon Cherry at the eyelets and heel loop for a subtle yet relevant contrast. Fans of the DMX Fusion NR can grab a pair now for $130 at Reebok.com.