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Another Look at the Reebok The Blast Retro

August 22nd, 2014 by | No comments

reebok blast 2014 Another Look at the Reebok The Blast Retro

Reebok’s perhaps been going the hardest in the retro running category for 2014, where the Reebok Insta Pump Fury in particular has been dominant with its heaps of team ups and special editions. This time reminding us of their heritage in the basketball realm is the pending return of the Reebok the Blast shoe, which will be here at the end of August (The 29th to be exact). The shoes feature an asymmetric look and a white/black/red colorway that was huge during their 1990s debut for obvious reasons. Find full photos on the Reebok Blast 2014 edition below and let us know if you’re grabbing a pair.

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The Reebok Classic Experience at Rucker Park Featuring Shaq, Cam’ron, and Nerlens Noel

August 12th, 2014 by | 4 comments

reebok classic rucker 11 The Reebok Classic Experience at Rucker Park Featuring Shaq, Camron, and Nerlens Noel

Reebok again set up at the legendary Rucker Park in Harlem for their second annual Reebok Breakout Camp vs EBC All-Star game. The game featured big name high school recruits like Skal Labissiere, Elijah Thomas, and Abdul Ado, and also featured some coaching help from Shaquille O’Neal, Nerlens Noel, and Harlem’s own Cam’ron. Of course, the footwear side of things had plenty of upcoming Reebok goodies – you’ll see a preview of this year’s Blast pairs, the Shaq Attaq 4, and more below. Go ahead and flip through our gallery to check out this experience from the Reebok Classics team.

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Reebok Blast – 2014 Retro

June 3rd, 2014 by | 6 comments

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The Reebok Blast is coming back in 2014 in a build that should satisfy the OG Reebok heads. The sneaker, no doubt made the most famous by Nick Van Exel’s wears, was around for Reebok’s 2012 catalog, but that version had a chunky bit of Hexalite across the side that was never a part of the original equation. There isn’t too much info regarding what colorways are coming, but you can for sure expect this black/white version. Get another quick peek after the break and stick with Sneaker News for further details on the 2014 launch of the Reebok Blast.

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Basquiat x Reebok Blast

October 13th, 2012 by | 5 comments

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A capsule that existed with Reebok prior to the Swizz takeover was the Jean-Michel Basquiat collection – a tribute to the late NYC-based artist that garnered acclaim for his neo-expressionism and style. For this Holiday season, Reebok combines Basquiat’s work with the re-tooled Reebok Blast, using the artwork on the upper for an asymmetrical design. On the heel is an embroidery of Basquiat’s initials, as well as the signature stamp on the tongue. These are available right now at French retailer Snkrs so check ‘em out and let us know what you think.

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Reebok Blast – Black – Blood Orange

July 24th, 2012 by | No comments

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The Reebok Blast arrived onto the basketball performance scene during that legendary 1995-96 season that saw releases like the Shaqnosis, Kamikaze II and Nike’s notable class match that season’s Chicago Bulls’ record-setting pace.  The Blast was until recently one of that year’s forgotten gems, but sneakerheads certainly have them on the radar this summer, thanks to all the orange-accented black/dark grey colorups that fit the heel-burst.  This is the third such Blast we’ve seen this summer, one that stands out from the pack thanks to its use of ribbed knit and chenille textures on the signature heel.  Click through to see how this latest style compares to notables like Marvel Comics’ Chamber collab and grab this pair today from Shelta.

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Reebok Blast – Grey – Orange

July 11th, 2012 by | 3 comments

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Reebok has been honing in on the ‘Blast from the Past’ method of creating buzz around its new Reebok models, so last Holiday’s re-introduction of the Reebok Blast in the Kamikaze form definitely raised a few skeptical eyebrows. Featuring the mid-90′s ‘Blast’ design with the new Kamikaze-inspired midsole, the Reebok Blast was poised to be the sick follow-up to Swizz Beatz’ Kamikaze model, but it’s had a slow going thanks to the re-release of the Question. With an increased focus, Reebok brings a larger wave of Blast colorways this fall, like this new Grey/Orange colorway that just became available at Reebok retailers around the globe. More of this new Blast release below, so peep the gallery and find these soon at Reebok retailers near you. via sneakers.fr

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Marvel x Reebok Pack

June 5th, 2012 by | 16 comments

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Reebok and Marvel Comics have been collaborating on Spider-Man sneakers for a while now, but this upcoming collection is a reminder that in the ten years since Sam Raimi’s first Peter Parker film started the CGI superhero revolution, it was a team-up in The Avengers that made the biggest splash.  The Marvel x Reebok partnership grows stronger thanks to a variety of characters on a mix of familiar and updated silhouettes whose total of ten different drops offers an RBK-penned answer to the highly successful Star Wars x adidas Originals collab.  We’ve already seen detailed images of the Captain America, Wolverine and Chamber styles, so check out the rest of the set after the jump below, let us know which hero’s design is your favorite and stick with Sneaker News for US release info.  via Sneaker Freaker//SC

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