Reebok has prepared an Instapump Fury “City Pack” that nods to four Eastern metropolises: Osaka, Tokyo, Shanghai and Seoul. Following up the tonal two-pack of Tokyo-themed styles that released in April, all four of these city-centric sneakers acknowledge their respective locales with special branding and bold colors.
First up is the “Osaka,” which uses a black upper with white and yellow-gold accents. “Tokyo” follows via a cream base embellished with red, silver and a touch of gold. Moving from Japan to China, “Shanghai” puts forth a steely silver with blaze orange and pops of black. Last but not least, “Seoul” takes on a Korean flag-inspired mix of white, red and blue.
Even though the colors are vastly divergent, all four pairs are united in embellishment. Each swaps the Vector logo on the left foot’s heel out for a city-specific spellout graphic and — save for the “Shanghai” — adds coordinates on or around the heel. Lastly, the left shoe’s Pump button shows off a traditional compass graphic. Split midsoles feature DMX cushioning in the heel and are held together by a carbon fiber plate to complete the look.
All four Instapump Fury styles from the “City Pack” will launch May 15, but are available for pre-order at atmos now. The MSRP is set at ¥18,000 JPY (approximately $169 USD).
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