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Reebok Insta Pump Fury “Koi/Children’s Day” – Arriving at U.S. Retailers

May 15, 2013 BY / 1

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One positive side effect of being a sneakerhead is learning about global cultures through various themes applied to new releases.  This latest Reebok Insta Pump Fury is a perfect example, and it is timed just right with a US release right between Mother’s and Father’s Days.  The koi print Insta Pump Fury is inspired by Japan’s Children’s Day, whose dad-black and mom-red traditional coloring is applied in tribute to the creators of new life.  These hit a couple weeks back in Japan but now a select few stateside shops have limited numbers, so check them out below and if you like what you see, act fast to get yous from stores like Feature.







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for those of you who are wondering, these are DOPE in person. will wait for them to go on sale ; )



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