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Reebok Freestyle Hi “Exotics” – Black – Metallic Silver

May 31, 2014 BY / 0

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The Reebok 5411 or Reebok Freestyle Hi has been a classic since the double strapped silhouette debuted in 1982. The origins can be traced back to the aerobic-crazed 80s and while that phase has since come and gone, this sneaker has instead opted to fill a lifestyle niche, and has done so rather successfully. That being said, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the silhouette gets hit with an exotic albeit synthetic animal texture ranging from crocodile to iguana inspirations. This time around it gets a casual all black look for the ladies while accents of metallic silver hit the branding. Get with us after the click for a better look at the latest Reebok WMNS release and while a release date hasn’t been set yet be sure to head to our Sneaker Release dates page for all of your updates.

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