Alongside the Respect Pack version of the Fury, Reebok Classics have (fairly quietly) released this tidy colourway, in amongst the ongoing smorgasbord of collab makeups for this 20 year old shoe (and still 20 years ahead of its time). More pics after the jump. Reebok UK —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
This is now the second collaboration between Reebok and Megahousetoys (which, if I’m not mistaken owns the rights to merchandising the Ghost in the Shell franchise) following on from a 2012 collab. This pair is apparently inspired by the LOGICOMA artificial intelligence Robot from the series, with the 2012 release being inspired by the TACHIKOMA robot.
The impressive use of materials on this shoe are clear to see, with the toebox perforated metal being especially unique. I’m really loving the whole ‘toy’ aesthetic to these, it’s the subtleties like the matte grey and black midsole that really bring this home.
This is another very exciting Insta Pump collab that I hope will keep enhancing Reebok Classics’ visibility in the sneaker mainstream (even though this shoe is actually far away from that mainstream). Available this month, I’ll post further details on availability soon. Some info and photos via Hypebeast
More pics after the jump (including the previous 2012 collab). —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
Now these are brutal. Ok, calling a pair of sneakers featuring a Hawaiian flora-and-fauna-inspired print upper might be pushing it a little but following last years’ stunning ‘Koi/Childrens Day’ releases (and the hugely-popular Aape collabs) I think these are right up there as personal favourite treatments.
The pink detailing may not be to everybodys’ liking however, but Taiwans’ INVINCIBLE has clearly put a great deal of effort into these. Available from INVINCIBLE on May 31st (possibly signed too…), and Reebok Certified Network stores soon after. More pics after the jump —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
Hong Kong-based online publication ‘Milk’ has collaborated with Reebok Classics for the 20th anniversary of the Insta Pump Fury. This straightforward but bold makeup features a glossy silver and blue upper, with a no-fuss Black midsole and MK logo in the footbed.
Superb Sneaker Freaker video featuring Reebok heavyweights Paul Litchfield and Retrobok-visitor Steven Smith talking about the impact and legacy of the OG InstaPump Fury, and the current collaborations in celebration of it’s 20th anniversary. Enjoy! —BokOne
The “Rougarou” takes its name from a childhood fairytale popular in Lafayette, LA, which describes an imaginary werewolf-type character that kidnaps disobedient youth. Sneaker Politics represented the legendary beast with brown horsehide leather on the upper, laid over with black neoprene for superior fit. These forest-like colors are paired with speckled green and orange through the midsole and at the signature pump.
More images after the jump. —BokOne
Very strong and bold makeups from Frank The Butchers’ BAU studio, with the hot pink and tan colour pops obvious enough, it’s the muted paint-splatter upper I’m particularly loving. Click on for more pics, and store link. Read the rest of this entry
Superb interview with Pump Fury designer (and Retrobok-visitor) Steven Smith, as he discusses the history of the shoes’ design, it’s colourway choice, inspiration, launch and impact. Great read. Thanks to Zack at Sole Collector for the heads up! —BokOne
Reebok are now offering the Pump Fury as a customisable option across a number of their global sites, most likely in celebration of the 20th anniversary of this unique shoe. Even if you don’t hit that BUY button at the end there should be some exciting results 😀 —BokOne
Reebok Classics have had the Cyclone Grey/White editions of their ‘Premium Wearability’ pack out for a few weeks now. They’re joined by Black/White makeups of the pack, consisting of — Pump Omni Lite Cordura, Insta Pump Fury Cordura and OXT Pump Mid Cordura. Featuring high abrasion overlays and ‘ballistic nylon’ Cordura® underlays this pack is all about stealth, durability and fit. As the devil is in the details, click any of the images to get up close and appreciate the quality the Cordura materials bring to this pack. Available now from stores selling Reebok Classic Reserve products. Click on for more images. —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
Hanon (amongst others) has announced September 21st at 00:01 BST as the release date for the much-anticipated Aape makeup of the 94 Insta Pump Fury. “…all over Bape camouflage print upper. Accented with Embroidered Aape logo on the ankle, moon face logo on the heel pull and a Aape Footsoldier on the heel. Limited Edition.” We already know how good these are… but still worth posting more hot images below. Hanon Shop (UK) —BokOne
Well, I know a lot of people are very excited about the shoe above – finally, after a long long wait, the OG colourway for the Insta Pump Fury will be released on 1st January 2014. Additionally, some very special Pump models get the vintage treatment such as the following —
Also more of the Cordura series featuring many of the familiar Pump models, as well as CL Vintages, CL Utilitys, CL Suedes, Kamikaze I Mid, Rail and Swingman Mid. The Reebok Classics department is really on a roll at the moment – will be interesting to see the vintaged Pumps in detail. Click on to see the low-res catalogue leaks. Images via Throwback Sneakers. —BokOne Read the rest of this entry
Some very tasty shots from Hypebeast of this simply awesome makeup of the 1994 Insta Pump Fury ; apparently scheduled for release on August 24th at AAPE and Reebok Certified Network stores around the world. Info + images via Hypebeast —BokOne
Available to pre-buy from Hanon shop right now are these trio of retroboks featuring Cordura abrasion-resistant material. I’m very excited to see the 90’s OXT Pump trail shoe being retro’d, and I’m loving the monotone treatment to the Insta Pumps too. Hanon shop (UK) —BokOne