Reebok Pump Court Victory – Michael Chang – Neon + Blue

March 6, 2010 BY

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Michael Chang is best known in the sports world for his continued relevance in the tennis scene throughout the late 80’s and early 90’s. His French Open victory at the age of 17 was his claim to fame, and the fact that he was one of a very small group of prominent Asian athletes was reason enough for his large fan base. He did, however, have an effect on the world of sneakers; the Reebok Pump Court Victory, also known as the Michael Changs, were a popular pair in the school yard, with a sport-inspired colourway that would put the Tennisball Hypermax in its place.

Fans of both Chang and the ‘Bok will be happy to learn that the Michael Chang Reebok Pump Court Victory Retro is available in 2010 in two great colourways. The quality of Reebok retros has been highly praised, so don’t miss out on this certified ace. These will hit the states very soon and both the Neon and Blue/Yellow colourways are available now at French e-tailer Snkrs.

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