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The Reebok Instapump Fury Recalls The 90s With An “Aqua” Colorway

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Negative space and futuristic paneling has immortalized the classic Reebok Instapump Fury from 1990’s training staple to a revered lifestyle silhouette most recently reserved for a combination of playful and high-fashion collaborations. Breaking the mold of the past few years, the latest offering from the UK brand borrows the color palette of the Larry Johnson and Dell Curry led Charlotte Hornets from back in the day.

The air-filled textile of the overlying upper establishes a clean baseline with a treatment of white sitting atop the underlying “Core Black” mesh construction of the tongue and heel. The underside of the latter is filled with “Classic Teal” that additionally graces the multitude of Reebok logos. Accenting the bright spectrum, a shade of “Bold Purple” outfits the heel counter, lining of the tongues pull-tab and reinforced forefoot overlays. Underfoot, the collection of hues is reassembled for the separated midsoles and tread.

Enjoy official images of the Reebok Instapump Fury “Bold Purple” below. While a release is currently underway in Europe, sit tight while we anticipate further details about a stateside drop being made available soon.

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