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Resurrected for the new year, the Reebok Sole Trainer was first introduced in the early ‘90s as model that could immediately compete with the technically-driven American sneaker market. Its busy upper with suede, mesh and synthetic overlays paired nicely with a HEXALITE cushioning system that promised lightweight, comfortable performance and superior shock absorption. As a tribute to this innovation, Reebok drops the “China Red” iteration with a mostly red upper, grey accents and a white midsole to bring out its main color. The above pair is currently available at Sneaker Politics for $100 USD.