In recent years, collaborations with trending luxury brands such as Vetements and Maison Margiela have demonstrated the revival of the Reebok Instapump Fury. While the laceless model debuted in 1995, it’s getting its own blast from the past with a new “Psychedlics” boldly singing “welcome to the ’60s.”
In an alternating fashion between the left and right shoes, the silhouette’s body and panels are painted in a bright white and a swirled rainbow of colors that mimic a trippy oil spill. Black doodle-like designs decorate the white space to add additional playful flair. With illustrations of peace signs and planets, the model is a modern ode to the psychedelic era’s curiosities.
This Instapump Fury is available now. In other Reebok News, check out the brand’s latest collaboration with BBC Ice-Cream.
Reebok Instapump Fury
Release Date: Nov 11th, 2020
Style Code: Q46201
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