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Verbal x Ambush x Reebok Pump Fury HLS “Red”

February 10, 2013 BY / 3

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Here’s a closer look at what’s either the third or fourth Reebok Pump Fury HLS collaboration crafted by Japanese rapper Verbal’s Ambush design.  Following up on the original black and white joints and set to be joined by an equally vibrant blue edition, this red RBK Pump Fury HLS is crafted in smooth and patent leathers and features a ‘Galaxy’-ish insole with glossy red branding applied to the heel.  There’s still no Asia drop date much less any US release info, so have a closer look below and stick with Sneaker News to see what becomes of the latest Ambush Pump Fury HLS.

 

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NuttyKicks
NuttyKicks

Wow. These are pretty tonal. Straight red and nothing else visible

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