With the shift from the 1980s to the 1990s, Reebok saw a tremendous shift in its personality, putting its UK heritage in the back seat in favor of a more bold and brash personality brought on by American influence. One upshot from this change was the introduction of HEXALITE – the brand’s honeycomb-inspired cushioning that promises lightweight, comfortable performance thanks to its superior shock absorption – and the Sole Trainer in 1990. Now, more than two decades later, the Sole Trainer returns for Spring/Summer 2014. A breakthrough at the time of its original release, the trainer pairs a lightweight, low-profile forefoot with HEXALITE cushioning in the heel and a durable Dupont molded Evalite midsole while the two sets of molded straps provide a snug lockdown fit. Resurrected in predominately white OG form alongside a trio of brand new seasonal colorways, the Reebok Sole Trainer will soon be available exclusively from Reebok Classic Reserve Collection stockists.