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Reebok Renamed The Big Hurt Retro And Released Them At Outlets

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In late 2013, we learned that Frank Thomas pursued a lawsuit against Reebok for selling his signature Big Hurt sneaker without proper consent. The brand was forced to pull the product out of shelves and a retail release was cancelled. However, it appears that the Big Hurt re-release is being sold at Reebok outlet locations nationwide, with the shoeboxes being relabeled with a generic “Reebok Tech 90s Trainer” name, and if you’ve ever been to a Reebok outlet, you know that their deals are pretty incredible (buy one-get one is what appears to be the deal at the moment). If you’re looking to cop, hit up your local Reebok outlet now.

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