atmos x Reebok Instapump Fury "Citron Animal" Is Awash in Bright Colors and Jaguar Print

While also adding translucent Pump bladders.

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atmos‘s affinity for animal print is well-known — the Japanese footwear juggernaut has everything from some of the most iconic Nike Air Max 1s and Air Max 95s of all time to the more recent adidas ZX Alkyne and ZX 8000 “Crazy Animal” under its ample belt. Now, atmos’s animal-adorned assemblage is gaining another member: Reebok‘s Instapump Fury in a brand-new “Citron Animal” makeup.

Taking the Steven Smith-designed silhouette’s OG “Citron” mix of bright yellows and reds but replacing most of its standard black accents with jaguar-printed pony hair, this Instapump Fury offers a look that’s part technical and part primal. The technical side is enhanced as well: yellow midfoot air bladders, usually presented in a solid synthetic material instead use a high-gloss translucent plastic to show off their customizable chambers.

Two black “straps” swoop over the animal-printed throat to help lock the foot in place, and surround a red Reebok Vector logo. Classic black Pump buttons appear on the tongue, and heels present a classic black/yellow/red mix. Insoles offer the final piece of animal-printed detail, and split white midsoles load DMX cushioning into the heel for look-completing comfort.

The atmos x Reebok Instapump Fury “Citron Animal” will release via the atmos webstore on October 10, then hit the Reebok webstore a week later on October 17. The MSRP has yet to be announced.

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