Given that it has been pretty active in terms of its partnerships with the likes of Maison Margiela, Chromat, and the animated Minions as of late, the Reebok Instapump Fury OG is taking a minute to focus on its in-line family to introduce a new installment. For its theme, it’s diving into the world of international athletic competitions and reimagining itself in a multi-colored arrangement that was likely meant to celebrate the now-postponed Tokyo Olympics.
Vibrant in style, this rendition effectively translates the exact order of the way that the Olympic rings logo is fashioned. The throat is coated with a vibrant yellow hue and met at the front with matching blue overlays/forefoot midsoles, and is followed up with a surrounding black cage, red heel piece, and accompanying green heel molds/bottom pieces. You can find an in-depth look at the pair down below, and find these available now on websites like eBay.com and at overseas retailers, but expect a stateside Reebok.com release to arrive in the coming weeks.
Elsewhere in sneaker news, the Human Made adidas Tokio Solar collaboration has been revealed.
Reebok Instapump Fury OG “Olympic”
Style Code: FZ2065
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Images: BILLY’s Tokyo
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