Reebok Is Bringing Back the Aztrek OG This Month

Relaunching the ’90s runner.

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After revealing plans to relaunch the Pyro runner via an Adsum collaboration, sportswear label Reebok is now set to bring back another ’90s silhouette from the archives. Originally designed as an off-road runner in 1993, the Aztrek OG is set to return for the summer.

The rereleased silhouette is almost identical to the original, with key detailing that includes reflective perforations around the toe and suede overlays across the upper. The sneaker is set to release in two new colorways, with one coming in “Chalk/Royal Blue/Pink,” while the other is wrapped in white and “Solid Teal.” Reebok’s relaunched Aztrek OG will be available from retailers including the SNKRS web store on July 19.

Reebok also has two gradient Instapump Fury colorways on the way.

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