The Reebok DMX Run Makes a Retro-Futuristic Comeback

Two wild colorways.

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After dropping a buttery “Ice Cream” flavored pair of InstaPump Fury sneakers, Reebok is bringing back the hard-hitting DMX Run — a 1997 model that broke the ground for Reebok’s then-new midsole technology and bold design. This year marks the DMX Run’s 20th anniversary, and it returns with the original Dynamic Motion X air chamber cushioning system, translucent outsoles, loony mesh and nylon upper, 3M detailing and in two retro-futuristic colorways. No word on the exact drop date and price point yet, but expect to see these kicks hitting shelves in the near future. Let us know if you’ll be picking up a pair in the comments below.

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