Key Features: The sneaker features a colorful upper with contrasting branding, mesh accents, and leather overlays. Old-school Hexalite technology provides cushioning in combination with a medial EVA midsole. One model has a crushed cobal/solar yellow colorway, while the other is a bright pink fusion/urban violet.
Release Date: January 19
Buy: Reebok.com and select retailers worldwide
Editor’s Notes: After relaunching its Aztrek silhouette in 2018, Reebok presents two new eye-catching colorways of the model that originally debuted in 1993. A pioneering running shoe when it was first released, the early ’90s original was designed by Christian Tresser, who also notably designed the Air Max 97 for Nike.
The bright colorways continue the trend of throwing it back to the ’90s thanks to the neon yellow and pink hits on a primarily black and white upper.
If you’re looking for a low to mid-budget sneaker that will go with your carefully curated wardrobe filled with retro pieces, this is the sneaker for you.
Flip through the images above and look out for the sneaker to drop at Reebok.com and select retailers worldwide on January 19 for a MSRP of $100.
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