The Reebok Graphlite Pro 93 Is Back

Reebok is bringing back one of their cult classic training models for Fall 2016 with the re-introduction of the Reebok Graphlite Pro 93. The shoe was billed as a ‘running’ training model with the original advertisements reading, “A runnable cross-trainer? Halleluja.” Sported by the likes of wide receiver Irving Fryar, the Vector Brand proved that they could contend with the likes of Nike and adidas for the freshly minted training category during the early 90s.

The Reebok Graphlite Pro 93 was the second installment of the Graphlite series, as a refined look saw numerous synthetic overlays create a Vector-inspired cage for added lockdown support. This premium all red lifestyle rendition pairs leather with a suede mudguard while that unique midsole construction stands out with a jagged, aggressive shape. What do you think of the Reebok Graphlite’s return? Check out more detailed shots below and grab your size today from select retailers like Hanon.

Source: Hanon

Reebok Graphlite Pro 93

Color: Scarlet/Scarlet-White
Style Code: AR2604

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