Now here’s an interesting twist to the Instapump Fury releases — a pair directly referencing a different Pump model, as you should know the 1990 Court Victory Pump, then endorsed by Michael Chang. I’ll be honest and say that these aren’t particularly to my tastes – being almost all-white with a minimum of colour pops – but it’s pretty fun to see it being done nonetheless. Apparently dropping in global Reebok stores shortly. Hit the jump for more images, info/pics via Sneakernews. —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
Great to see the OG Court Victory Pump getting a retro, this time with some additional colourway friends in for the ride. The OG colourway is pretty much legendary, running a Wimbledon-esque green with tennis-ball yellow and as the photos below will prove, there’s no harm in tinkering with the classics 😉 No info on release dates just yet – Retrobok will keep its eye on the, er, ball. —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
These two new colourways of the Court Victory Pump have appeared at Reebok UK, alongside a makeup of the Pump Omni Lite with the suffixed Stash name also.
I haven’t seen these featured on any other Sneaker blogs just yet, and there’s no additional information on Reeboks own store sites so I can’t confirm if these are by Reebok Classics well-known collaborator Stash himself. Available now from Reebok UK. —BokOne
Here’s 2 smart and spring-like makeups of the 1990 Michael Chang-endorsed Court Victory Pump. I was never convinced this shoe had much beauty, with that slightly odd shark-like midsole detail but these are looking pretty sharp. The details continue to the Pump mechanism itself – whilst it’s lost it’s lurid yellow-green Tennis ball colouring in both cases, it retains the texturing detail. The mesh upper panelling complete these nicely – working particularly well in Blue. Both available now in the US at OneNess Boutique. Info via EUKicks – more pics after the jump. —BokOne