Iconic in the sneaker community, Reebok took centre stage in the ‘80s, as the latest workouts, such as aerobics, made fitness fun. Not only that, tennis became cool again thanks to superstar personalities John McEnroe and Björn Borg.
Originally building running spikes since 1958, the sports-inspired brand exploded on the scene with trainers for the casual runner, that had fashion high on their priority list when lacing up.
With that heritage rooted in their DNA, they’re now making waves in streetstyle as court vibes are right on trend this season.
Featuring updated designs for both men and women, here’s what’s fresh for your spring and summer rotation…
The Club C
Based upon OG design lines and clean colourways, the Club C silhouette was created in the ‘80s to match tennis’ popularity. As time passed, the first edition evolved with more colourful and experimental versions.
Now with multiple takes on the timeless look, the Club C still remains one of the go-to sneakers for your daily ‘fits.
The Club C Extra adds more personality with an exaggerated platform midsole for cushioning like no other. Pairing that with a 3D tennis racket effect on the rubber outsole that’s influenced by the sport.
The Club C Revenge takes retro style to the next level, with vintage leather panels layered across the upper for an old-school look and feel.
Throughout the collection, the low-cut leather uppers are built with soft and spongy tongues for a plush and adaptable fit, while a moulded sockliner keeps your foot in place with all-day comfort.
The BB4000 II
Cues from the courts continue with the BB4000 II trainers, but not from the lush green grass of Wimbledon. Born on the hardwood floor of gym halls, add b-ball style to your everyday with the hoops-inspired design.
Pops of colour TPU eyelets, the sidewall piping and textile lining make them stand out. The drop-in EVA midsole delivers a responsive ride that absorbs every impact for soft landings, and the durable rubber outsole provides traction that lasts.
With the signature Reebok Vector logo to the sidewalls and heel, they’re finished up with wordmark branding and the Union Jack flag at the tongue.
How to Style Them
Whether you’re keeping it monochrome with all white and black editions or want to turn heads with a vibrant look, the classic shape makes them versatile throughout the warmer months.
When the sun hits, you can pair them up with mid-rise shorts or a pleated skirt, or head out into town with vintage jeans or flared leggings.
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