• Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
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  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
  • Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu
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Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu

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Reebok Classics Club Revenge Mu

Minimalist Shoe from 80's

Clean, minimalist design for the win. These shoes show off an '80s-inspired tennis-themed aesthetic with contrast side stripes. The upper is made of supple leather for a soft, flexible feel. Lightweight cushioning and a foam sockliner ensure a comfortable ride. An abrasion-resistant outsole provides long-lasting durability.


Fetures

• Leather upper

• Soft feel

• Padded EVA foam sockliner adds lightweight comfort

• Die-cut EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning

• High-abrasion-resistant rubber outsole adds durable responsiveness

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The Reebok Classic

In 1982, Reebok Classic introduced the first athletic shoe “Freestyle”, designed especially for women; a shoe for a hot new fitness exercise called aerobic dance. The Jane Fonda’s Workout VHS series helped turn aerobics into a billion dollar industry and as a result Freestyle became a trend. In 1983 would be the year that Reebok introduced a single-strap men’s version of the Freestyle called the Ex-O-Fit, as well as a running shoe called the Classic Leather.  Today, the series: Classic Leather, Club C and Workout are inspired by the 90s and offer performance and vintage style. Reebok Classic have collaborated with a huge number of famous people like Jay Z, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott and Alicia Keys.

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