Hitting the ground running in 2014, Reebok unveils Part 3 of their Pump Vintage Pack with the return of the Pump Running Dual. Opting for a basic color palette, with white creating a canvas for accents of blue and red, synthetic leather and mesh comprise the kick’s upper. Reebok’s trademark Pump technology is also a primary feature of this sneaker. The Reebok Pump Running Dual is slated to land at Reebok stockists in the near future, so stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates.
Reebok Pump technology is a staple of Reebok heritage. Many famous sneakers include this cushioning system including the Reebok Pump Bringback, Reebok Pump Omni Lite, Reebok Pump Court Victory, Reebok Pump Insta Fury, and more. The Pump controls air pressure in the shoe for a custom fit.
Packing up their kicks and hitting the road, Solebox announces a tandem trip with Reebok for the Reebok Pump Tour 2013. On a jaunt around Germany, the sneaker retailer will make five stops from Munich to Berlin with the Reebok Pump Twilight Zone and Omni Lite in tow. Peep the dates outlined up top and the special edition silhouettes dressed for the occasion down low. Will you be in attendance when Solebox arrives in your town? Leave your thoughts in the comments.
Reebok is furiously pumped up today. After our first look at their collaboration with Garbstore on the OG Pump Fury, we spy a new colorway of the Insta Pump Fury. Featuring Hexalite technology in the midsole, and the famous Reebok Pump system, the Insta Pump Fury is a technological running shoe with intriguing style. This new colorway models a silver upper and midsole with touches of black and excellent red that add even more flare to this unique sneaker. A checkered lining adds a racing twist to this comfortable runner.
The proclamation “Reebok Back!” is starting to manifest itself in a major way. With news of the Reebok Shaqnosis dropping this weekend, we now get a Reebok Pump Blacktop II Retro preview. The classic model that was originally created to endure the rigors of stiff competition of outdoor basketball games will return in original colors. White premium leather dresses the majority of the upper. Hits of black are present throughout to add a sharp contrast. Blue and black distressed coloring dresses up the rear panels, and blue distressed motif covers the heel spine. Reebok Pump technology and Hexalite cushioning takes us on a trip back to the ‘90s, to keep the nostalgia. Look for the Reebok Pump Blacktop II Retro to hit retailers in late 2013 or early 2014. Are you excited for the return of the Blacktop sneaker?
Solebox goes solar on their latest take on the Reebok OmniZone Pump. A glow in the dark sole and sunlight sensitive lace stay provide night and day shine. Grey suede remains smooth and neutral on the upper, backed by sporty black and red accents. Pump technology and co-branding detail finishes off this collaboration, slated to launch this August. Will you go after the Solebox x Reebok OmniZone Pump Part 3? Let us know if these are on your radar in the comment section.
Dee Brown left an indelible mark on the minds of NBA Slam Dunk Contest fans when he reached down and pumped up his sneaker prior to completing a no-look dunk in the 1991 Dunk Contest. A little over two decades later, the Reebok Pump Omni Lite “Dee Brown” will hit shelves again. Dressed in the black leather and white trim of the original, the “Dee Brown” Pump comes equipped with a fully functional pump device on the tongue. The Reebok Pump Omni Lite “Dee Brown” will release on Friday, June 14 at select Reebok retailers.