Reebok Brings Back The Interval From 1996

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Reebok’s Interval first launched in 1996 as a high-performance running design, and now it’s being brought back with a few modern-day updates to serve as a lifestyle sneaker titled the Interval 96. Arriving in a patriotic white/red/blue, a retro white/navy/green, and a sporty white/blue/grey, the “new classic” silhouette’s main design feature is a super-sized Reebok vector logo on both the lateral and medial sides that spans all the way from the midfoot to the toebox. Further Reebok branding then graces both the heel and tongue, while a mesh/suede construction ensures that the old-school ethos is not overly compromised. High-vis reflective detailing on the heel and forefoot ensure that the look continues to shine when the lights go down, an elastic heel tab provides an easy on/easy off fit, and the midsole is packed full of DMX cushioning for an ultra-comfy fit. You can expect this trendy trio to release on Reebok.com July 19th, so enjoy a look at each colorway directly below while you wait, and let us know which pair is your personal favorite.

Reebok Interval 96
Release Date: July 19th, 2019
Color: White/College Royal/Scarlet
Style Code: EH3102

Reebok Interval 96
Release Date: July 19th, 2019
Color: White/College Navy/Dark Green
Style Code: EH3103

Reebok Interval 96
Release Date: July 19th, 2019
Color: White/College Royal/Solid Grey
Style Code: EH3104

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