Never one to rest on its laurels, Kerby Jean-Raymond‘s Pyer Moss is set to continue its partnership with Reebok by way of a new Experiment 4 Fury Trail colorway dubbed “Glory.” Offering shades of the classic Instapump Fury but infusing it with a healthy dose of layered flair and a meaningful backstory, the Fury Trail is loaded with details — each of which plays a part in its overarching narrative.
This chronicle is split into three parts: the climb to success in the face of adversity, the expression of success and the emotion of the process, represented by the shoe’s lower half, lateral and medial sides, and inner components, respectively. Intricate storytelling aside, the design makes a bold impression with its mix of hot red and soft blue on the upper, split sail midsole and toothed outsole, black rubberized lace sheath, and colorful heel tab.
Further examination reveals even more details. Under the rugged lace shield sits a layer of soft printed fabric, while the insoles feature a repeating text graphic. The split midsole uses Reebok’s classic DMX cushioning to ensure comfort and an abstract Reebok logo appears towards the lateral forefoot. Further touches of leather and nubuck finalize the look.
This isn’t the only collaboration Reebok has on the way over the weekend: it’s also joined forces with Palace once again for three ripple-soled takes on the Workout Mid that sit somewhere between sneaker and boot.