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Reebok Continues Its Exploration Of The Vault With An Electrolyte Retro

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We hope you’re paying attention to what Reebok’s been up to. Aside from their impressive collaborations with menswear labels and anticipated re-issues of signature shoes, the brand has been unearthing some of its more obscure silhouettes during an era starving for the look. You’ve recently learned of the Daytona DMX II and 1996’s Interval, but rounding out the rotation of impressive retros is the Electrolyte, a lightweight do-it-all running model that debuted in 1997. With its signature podular midsole construction, layered uppers, and unique lacing structure that introduced spinal eyelet arrangement on the tongue, the Electrolyte was built to be an outdoor option due to its durability. The shoes are available now overseas in the OG white/royal/black and white/gold, so check the detailed look ahead and add something unusual to your rotation.

Reebok Electrolyte 97
$130
Style Code: DV8227