90’s Reeboks

Shoes are shown in their original colourway(s) where possible. This page is constantly being updated and expanded. With thanks to DefyNewYorkCounterKicks and Alexander Schuh. ++Please note that Retrobok is working on a new Gallery format for this page, so content on this page is not currently being updated++

1990

World E.R.S. (Year TBC)

World Trainer (Year TBC)

E.R.S. Trainer (aka ERS 1000?) (Year TBC)

World Road ‘II’ (Year TBC)

ERS Marathon Racer
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Mentor II
MentorII
MentorII_1992

Pump® Twilight Zone
Successor to the first Pump (1989) – featured pump release mechanism on the tongue, and ERS.

Pump® Omni Zone (reissue shown)
The First Pump shoe in Mens and Womens sizes (1989) – and the last to feature ERS.

Pump® Court Victory (reissue shown)
The First Pump shoe to use Hexalite, endorsed and worn by Tennis star Michael Chang.

Pump II Hi

Pump® Aerobic Light (reissue shown)
Womens-only Pump successor to the massively succesful Freestyle. Featured Hexalite.

AXT Mens

AXT Womens
Featured ERS (the Mens’ equivalent appears to not feature ERS!)

AXT 2000

Synergy HXL

Mentor HXL
Mentor_ERS_1990

Mantis ERS

Mantra HXL – Mens
Retro’d since 1990 as the ‘Classic Sole’

Mantra HXL – Womens

Avenger (Tennis) – Womens

Deuce (Tennis) – Womens

Performa ERS Tennis – Mens

Performa ERS Tennis – Womens

Impulse (Tennis)

Club Player (Tennis)

Pump® AXT
Cross-training Shoe, featured Hexalite.

Pump® SXT
Cross-training Shoe, featured Hexalite and the Stability Bar.

CXT Pump
Image c/o DefyNewYork

CXT Plus Mid

Reverse Jam

VolleyTech Mid
No further info / no better image available

CXT Plus II
Image c/o DefyNewYork

DL5000 Tennis  (maybe U.S. only)
(Year TBC)

Pump® DL (Mens)
Non-signature Tennis shoe, featuring dual Hexalite, Pump and Goodyear Indy 500 sole.

Pump® DL (Womens)

Questor ERS – Mens
This shoe may also be known as the ERS 2000, however the Questor has a different midsole pattern.
 

Questor ERS – Womens
sole

Strobe ERS – Mens

Strobe ERS – Womens

Maxim HXL – Mens

Maxim HXL – Mens

Shoe TBC Trek HXL

Phase III (re-issues shown)
(Year TBC)

Phase IV
(Year TBC)

Tech Walker™
(Year TBC)

6000 Aerobic Pro
(Year TBC)

Money
(Year TBC)

Arcadia (Womens shown)

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1991

Reebok SXT Pump II
Featured Pump AND ERS technology. Image c/o DefyNewYork

Pump® Running Dual (reissue shown in OG colourway)
First running shoe featuring Pump technology – bladders around the collar and under the foot arch. Featured Hexalite and a Goodyear Indy 500 sole.

Pump® Walking
Featured Energaire and Hexalite technology. Women-only shoe.

Comfort I
Featured Energaire and Hexalite technology. Women-only Walking/casual shoe.

Pump® Omni Zone II (reissue shown)
Featuring an improved Tongue system.

Pump® Omni Lite
Mid-cut shoe, nearly identical to Omni Zone II except for printed logos, improved stability system and leather collar.

Club Pump® 
High-cut Tennis shoe, featured Hexalite and Goodyear Indy 500 sole.

Pump®  Court Victory II
Featured Hexalite, Goodyear Indy 500 sole and once again endorsed and worn by Michael Chang.

Inferno ’91
Image c/o DefyNewYork

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1992

Strobe ERS
Image c/o DefyNewYork
strobeers

Trek 2 HXL
(Year TBC)

Harrier Spike
Image c/o DefyNewYork

PB1500
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Racer
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Racer X
Image c/o DefyNewYork

The Pump® Above the Rim
Featuring a new dual-channel Pump system, and Hexalite.
reebok-the-pump-above-the-rim

Above the Rim
Non-Pump version of the shoe above.
Reebok Above The Rim

Classic Jam
Follow up shoe to the Reverse Jam. As featured in the movie ‘White Men Can’t Jump’
—OG Image to be sourced—

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1993

Rapide II
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Etoile (Womens)
Image c/o DefyNewYork
etoile

Royale II
Image c/o DefyNewYork
royaleii

Royale III (??)
Year TBC

Inferno ’93
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Blaze
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Corrado (Womens)
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Pump® Shaq Attaq
Endorsed by Shaquille O’Neill, featured Hexalite technology.

ERS Al Ternator 
Features 3 moulded ERS tubes on the sole

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1994

InstaPump® Fury
One of Reeboks most advanced shoes – featured a laceless Pump upper, Hexalite cushioning and GraphLite arc bridge. The original Insta Pump system could be filled manually, or with a unique Reebok CO² cartridge. Additionally OG Pump Furys’ are recognisable with the 3-part hexalite window in the heel, and the minimal toecap overlays.

Telos – environmentally produced Trail Boot
Image c/o DefyNewYork

Ventilator Supreme
(Year TBC)

Phase V
(Year TBC)

Royale IV?
Year TBC

Royale V?
1994 (TBC)

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Posted on August 27, 2011, in Newsfeed, Originals, Wall of fame and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. Keep up the good work on the site! Damn i’d love a reissue of those world ERS models!

  2. Thanks dude, yeah me too – don’t forget there are still ERS 2000’s reissues kicking around, but maybe not close enough? 😉

  3. hey dude

    I have an og pair of ERS 2000 from 91, will un-ds them this weekend and send you some flicks if you like

    peace

  4. Hi BokOne, Great work on getting these hall of fame walls up. Those CXT’s are actually CXT Ultra’s… I managed to pick up a deadstock pair on ebay a month or so back. The finest Reeboks ever made. I have to say I reckon the ERS and Pumps were Reebok’s finest hour.

  5. Thanks Peter – updated!

  6. pump atr known as d time pump, was dee browns signature shoe. model shown was rereleased for 20 year anniversary with only 1993 pairs being made.

  7. А lot of missing models and a lot of miss named ones above, but kudos for the effort.

  8. Excellent stuff! Pretty sure I used to have those listed as “Trek HXL” here, although they are clearly an E.R.S. model …

  9. I happen to still have one of those Reebok Magazines introducing the PUMP. They also list the Mentor II and Mantra and it’s from 1990. If you bought a Pump between September 1st and October 31st you got a free Pump baseball cap with your purchase 😀

  10. I designed the CXT Pump and CXT Ultra.

  11. Everyone loves what you guys are up too. This sort of clever work and reporting!
    Keep up the awesome works guys I’ve you guys to our blogroll.

  12. I have some pictures of Blacktops from the ’90s somewhere. I’d be happy to send them on if you’re interested.

  13. Hi. Im having trouble finding a model of women’s hexalites anywhere on the internet! The style code is 2-7756….. R20l HSl any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks again. U can contact me at BLOCKPARTYVINTAGE@gmail.com can provide pictures

  14. Does anyone know the name of the company and basketball shoe that came out in the late 1980’s-early 1990’s that had a metal spring that would supposedly help you jump higher? I remember it was more of a expensive gimmick.

  15. Hello sir,

    I got a pair of reebok but didn’t recognized the model.
    Can you help me to check out?

    RA401 KMJ
    1-23247
    Made in Indonesia.

    Thanks!

  16. looking for name of reebok ladies sling back trainer zip fronted from the mid 90s .

  17. Hello!

    Do you know name of this model?

    http://www.kicks-box.com/android/12391-reebok-hxl-1994.html

    I´ve seen similar named interval but not with this colour scheme

    Thanks!!

    • Wow, amazing rare shoe – I don’t know the name sorry, although it looks similar to some of the later Ventilator Supremes. The branding is later, so mabe mid to late 90’s. Sorry I can’t help more.

  18. Any info on a 1990s hexalite reebok hiking boot. Tag says
    R21 1 HSI
    26-9534

  19. Matthew J Voiles

    I’m looking for a pair of Reebok’s that came out around 1997 or 1998. They were an all white pair of Reebok classics, but the soles were clear and had a jagged saw like traction. The coolest part was that the toe was the same color of the Iverson Questions. It was like a mix of old school Classics and the very 1st Reebok Questions. I think I bought them at Sports Authority and I haven’t seen them for sale ever since. I still have the pair and I would really like to know what they called so I could try to track them down. They also came in white and Red just like the Questions.

    Any ideas?

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