Reebok has presented its unique Run.r 96 silhouette in a new “TR” makeup that combines a plethora of outdoor-ready hues. Arriving in “Olive/Orange/Lime,” the TR model’s split sole is inspired by a PUMP EVO prototype from 1996, but it offers a high fashion-adjacent look with its uniquely layered upper.
A medley of meshes make up the upper’s base layer. These range from a rich burgundy on the toebox and midfoot to an olive green on the tongue and throat, a blaze orange around the collar and a small hit of aqua blue on the bottom half of the quarter. This mix is overlaid with flat green leather accents that range from heel to toe before splitting in the middle. The lacing system uses each overlay as an anchor point, with black laces secured by orange eyelets swooping all the way down to the toebox before being secured by a grey tongue toggle on the throat.
Down below, the dark grey and black midsole is split into three separate pieces which equip two different tread patterns. Tonal Reebok branding on the midsole and heel completes the look.
The Reebok Run.r 96 TR is available now at stockists like END. for a retail price of $235 USD.
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