Just two days ago, we presented you with your very first look at the Reebok Answer 14. While that first colorway falls in line with previous Iverson releases, this new colorway that has surfaced blazes a different trail. As you will see from the images we’ve provided below, this particular version features a much more colorful palette. Equipped with a baby blue/speckled grey upper, you’ll surely notice the touch of pink about the midsole. Sitting atop a white sole for balance, there’s no word on when you can expect to see this latest basketball creation make its debut. Continue reading to check out some additional looks at this forthcoming offering and feel free to sound off in the comments section below.
It looks like Frank Thomas isn’t happy with Reebok resurrecting the “Big Hurt” as he has filed suit in Illinois.
Thomas was signed to Reebok during 1995-98 and one of the most sought after releases was the Reebok Big Hurt.
Thomas has said that Reebok never received consent from him to use his trademark. He also wants Reebok to cease and desist the release, pull off shelves any shoes that are released with the “Big Hurt” name and wants damages.
At this time, we are unsure how much he is seeking, but it does appear he has a strong case since he owns the name.
We hope the two parties can come to some sort of resolution, since we would love to get our hands on a pair. Should Reebok just release the shoes? Work a deal out with Frank Thomas giving him damages and a piece of the profit? Or should Reebok scrape the release?
Can you guess what tomorrow is? Tomorrow marks the first day of Spring and what better way to start the new season with a preview of the Reebok Classic Nylon Slim Pop – Spring Collection! Catering to the female sneakerheads, Reebok’s newest line of Nylon Slim Pops is bursting with colors. Available in five different, very bright colors each classic silhouette is covered in suede and nylon. Each color is available now at select Reebok retailers including SNS.
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Reebok Insta Pump Fury OG, Packer Shoes teams up with legendary street artist Stash to recreate this timeless classic.
The Packer Shoes x Stash x Reebok Insta Pump Fury OG will adopt Stash’s infamous blue tones, feature speckled midsoles, and display “STASH” and “PACKER” embroidery across each back heel. Along with an array of other details, these kicks are complete with custom insoles to drive home the overall theme.
Priced at 5, the Packer Shoes x Stash x Reebok Insta Pump Fury OG drops today at 11AM during Packer’s in-store event with Stash. All remaining pairs will land online via PackerShoes.com at 3:30PM.
Having already paid tribute to Shaq’s blockbuster move from Tinseltown to South Beach with the “Escape From LA” colorway, the folks over at Reebok have whipped up a fiery “Miami Heat” version of the Diesel’s signature shoe. As you will see after the jump, this forthcoming release features a fresh mix of premium materials that will surely make you look at this hypnotizing silhouette in a whole different light. From black and yellow leather about the upper to the marbled sole down below, this version of The Big Aristotle’s kicks is sure to torch retailers once they drop. Check out another look below and be sure to keep checking with SneakerFiles for more information.
To this very day, any true Allen Iverson fan will tell you that they still cannot believe A.I. has retired from the game of basketball. Although we’ll never see A.I. play in an official NBA game again, his legacy and jersey will live on forever. A celebratory release, today finally welcomes the Reebok Question Mid “Banner”.
What honors the retiring of this player’s jersey, this Reebok Question Mid will display Philadelphia 76ers colors with a red, white, and blue palette, plus feature an array of premium materials like suede, leather, and jersey mesh overlays. Adding in gold accents, this limited edition style comes complete with three sets of laces.
With a limited run of only 1,996 pairs (an ode to Iverson’s draft year), the Reebok Question Mid “Banner” will land in-stores and online today for 0. Spots like Packer Shoes will carry these kicks as an in-store exclusive and make them available at 12 NOON sharp. Check with your local retailer for availability!
Scheduled to release during the second half of this year, Reebok has a few new colorways lined up for the Reebok Pump Omni Zone. Two colorways keep it classic by featuring a mostly White covered upper, accented with just a touch of color (Grey and Purple/Black). Both sneakers showcase the classic Orange Pump on the tongue. The other four Pump Omni Zones are part of the Respect Pack dedicated to a few silhouettes Reebok has released in the past. Those colorways including Black with Yellow/Red accents, Royal Blue upper with Orange/Grey accents, Steel Grey with Orange/Black, and lastly a clean White with Teal/Solar Yellow accents.
The exact release date for each pair is not yet known so keep checking back with Sneakerfiles for that information. Until then, let us know which of the six colorways are your favorite.
Reebok have resuscitated the ‘Big Dog’ Glen Robinson’s signature sneak The Rail, and here we see the latest rendition. Blackness holds down the front and back ends, as well as the midsole and tongue, while white slashes flank the sides and a bright streak of gold slips through it all. Limited pairs of The Rail black/white/gold will hit stores on Friday, March 21st at Bok stockists including Finish Line, Foot Locker, Jimmy Jazz, Eastbay, City Gear, Karmaloop.com and Reebok.com.
More celebratory Reebok Pump Fury action here, this time around Barcelona’s 24 Kilates gets in the mix alongside designer Boris Bidjan Saberi. The result is a black and white geometric mix that we’ve gotta say reminds us heavily of footballs (maybe that’s just the shoot location subliminally getting into our brains), but is said to be a reference to Saberi’s ‘Bamba’ footwear model. Get ready to catch these at Reebok certified network retailers including 24 Kilates from this Saturday, March 15th. News via Hypebeast.
The stream of Reebok Insta Pump Fury releases continues to flow, with UK retailers End getting in on the fun and plonking down this new ‘Claret’ release. Inspired by their love of a drop of fine red wine, End have layered deep burgundy flavour all over the Insta Pump Fury, with gold accents reminding you this is a damn classy bottle of shoe you’ve got on your feet. A red wine stained insole with a cork print surely encourages you to drink out of this colab, please send us your photos if you do so. The END. x Reebok Insta Pump Fury ‘Claret’ will launch Saturday 15 March here.