To combat the hot weather, the Japanese retailer and label reworked the outlandish shoe into a sneaker sandal. Keeping the overall design of the InstaPump Fury, large portions of the heel and toe are removed providing a unique slip-on slide look. Vibrant neon orange serves as the main tone found on the shoe, while a grey underlay supports the black Pump Technology air bag system.
No official pricing details just yet but you can expect the mita sneakers & WHIZ LIMITED x Reebok InstaPump Fury Sandal to be released exclusively at mita sneakers come July 6.
In case you missed it, Reebok reintroduced its retro ’90s 3D Opus runner under the new name, 3D OP.98.