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Reebok Insta Pump Fury – Orange – Blue

April 14, 2012 BY / 4

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Having dropped its two most recognizable OG colorways in less than a year, it’s time for the Reebok Insta Pump Fury to come through with some new looks.  This latest pair features a Knicks/Mets-like blue and orange combo plus white and black accents, a formula not radically different from the Clemson-leaning pair that touched down last fall.  But even though this still-futuristic design is built in such a way that requires a certain consistency across its overlay, there are still plenty of blocking patterns available, which keeps this one feeling fresh even with those on-paper similarities.  Check out this new edition after the jump below and stick with Sneaker News for release info.  Photos: atmos

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4 comments
Koolaid
Koolaid

They look like the Thing from the fantastic 4.

Koolaid
Koolaid

I'm gonna call those the "thing's" (fantastic 4)

Jer
Jer

ugly af



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