Reebok Big Hurt Black/White-Red

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Soon after the original release of the Reebok Shaqnosis, Reebok released another sneaker that employed an unorthodox 50/50 color split technique. The Reebok Big Hurt alternated black and white slanted panels across the entire shoe, and is set to make its return in 2014. After a view of the white/black- red colorway, we now see the original black/white-red iteration. Black nubuck shares equal space with slightly perforated white leather. A black sole features CMEVA technology, and ridges meant to enhance grip. The Big Hurt is finished with three large Reebok vector emblems on the back panels, which seem excessive at first glance, but work will with this sneaker.

The Reebok Big Hurt Black/White-Red was a signature shoe for Frank “Big Hurt” Thomas during the 1996 season. Thomas had an All-Star year for the Chicago White Sox that season, and became one of the more popular players in the game. With all of the classics being brought back by Reebok, where does the Reebok Big Hurt land on your list of must haves?

Reebok Big Hurt Black/White-Red

Spring/Summer 2014

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