The 1997 DMX Run 10 was the first shoe to use Reeboks’ own moving air technology; channeling air between the forefoot and the heel as the wearer ran. While Reebok had previously used licensed Energaire technology (which also channeled air between internal reservoirs) as early as 1991, DMX (short for Dynamax, and a development of the earlier Dynamic Cushioning System) was considerably more developed tech.
While I’ll openly admit I’ve never been a fan of the shoes’ appearance; these 2 latest makeups of the shoe in premium suede are muted and particularly smart.
Available August 17th from Caliroots (Sweden) – I’m not seeing any other stockists as yet (although you can pick up other colourways currently). -BokOne