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FuryLite Camo

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My fondness for the Furylite – an ultralight, bungee-laced shoe inspired by the Pump Fury – has grown since I picked up a few pairs a few months back. Read on for more images, light opinion, and store links! 

Repeat-wearability on my own FuryLight is really high due to their lightness, flexibility and slimline silhouette, so I’m glad to see Reebok Classics (yep it’s labelled as such even while being a thoroughly new shoe) have been steadily releasing a multitude of colourways and makeups for this shoe; actually into the many dozens already.

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I’m going to let Reebok PR lay down their spiel for this to ensure reporting accuracy:

“Slimmed down and blasted with a fresh camo design, these FuryLites are a fearless addition to your repertoire of road challenges. Descended from the iconic InstaPump Fury, the sleek design and bold styling of these sneakers is ready to destroy miles. The shoes have a lightweight nylon camo upper and a low-cut design for freedom of motion.  The IMEVA midsole provides a cushioning boost, and the shoes also incorporate a molded quarter panel with a MonoMesh window detail for style. Available in Stucco, Blue Peak and Cement colorways, the Reebok Classic “FuryLite Camo” is available now…”

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If you’ve not yet picked up a pair of FuryLights, I’d certainly suggest you consider it soon. —BokOne

Available now from — Reebok USAExtra Butter (USA)Titolo (Switzerland)Overkill (Germany)

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Posted on October 14, 2015, in Newsfeed and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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