Chromat's Reebok Collaboration Offers Three Fading Colorways on the Instapump Fury

As seen at New York Fashion Week FW20.

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Athletic womenswear brand Chromat unveiled its Reebok Instapump Fury collaboration during its New York Fashion Week FW20 runway show, and now the three sneakers are ready to be released this season.

Chromat has previously worked with Reebok, delivering its own interpretations of typically sportswear-focused sneakers including the Sole Fury and Zig Kinetica. However, its latest collaboration takes on something more divisive, a sneaker that’s no stranger to collaboration and one that often crosses the border from a running sneaker to a high-fashion silhouette.

First is the cool heatmap-esque “Emerald/Alert Yellow/Glacier Blue” pair, which spreads its transitioning colorway all over the shoe’s mesh and foam upper. TPU stripes wave and wrap around the sneaker as they fade from one color to the next, giving the shoe an even more obscure and technical look.

The “Vector Blue/Glacier Blue/Black” pair is more subdued than the previous. The mesh upper base is one solid color, while the fabric overlay and stripes now also appear in one block shade. Chromat livens up the pair by adding different colors such as orange and teal to the sneaker’s sole unit.

Lastly, Chomat serves the “Solar Orange/Alert Yellow/Black,” which is more like the first pair thanks to its fading color scheme. It also best highlights all of the little details added around the shoe, such as Reebok and Chromat embroidered branding on the tongue, an infinity sex symbol on the heel, and a unique pattern printed on the pump toggle on the tongue.

All three Chromat x Reebok Instapump Fury sneakers will retail for €179.95 EUR (approx. $213 USD) and will release on Reebok’s website on September 18. Take a closer look at each pair above.

In case you missed it, here is an exclusive look at Casablanca’s latest New Balance 327 collaboration.

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