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Reebok Inferno

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White plus orange and blue atop a white base is a classic Reebok running colorway.  We saw it last month on the return of the OG ERS 2000 and now from 1989 we jump ahead two years to another example of this iconic look on the following generation.  The Reebok Inferno ditched the Energy Return System in favor of the Hexalite cushioning platform, also turning up the intensity on the accent hits relative to the aforementioned predecessor.  This original colorup last released in 2009 returns along with a Phoenix Suns-ish counterpart, so click through to see both of them from more angles and stick with Sneaker News for what looks like a back to school season release.

Photos: Numelo