Reebok Revisits the "Legion of Fury" With Three Character-Inspired Instapump Furys

Which will you choose to represent?

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Last month, Reebok dropped an Instapump Fury in “Proud Pink,” and now the sportswear giant is readying for the release of three more that further reference the “Legion of Fury” characters.

Reebok’s “Legion of Fury” was created by the brand’s former shoe designer E. Scott Morris, who penned the characters after he was inspired by Reebok designers Steven Smith and Trish Ng’s models of the Instapump Fury. The somewhat forgotten characters now find themselves realized on three more pairs of shoes, adorning “Chalk/Glass Pink/White,” “White/Black/True Grey 1,” and “Black/True Grey 7/White” colorways, respectively.

All three feature a whole host of exclusive details around them. For example, the “Chalk/Glass Pink/White” offering features a water-inspired print all over its blue-toned upper, which complements the character found on the heel. The “White/Black/True Grey 1” colorway offers a marbled effect with black and grey tones highlighting the branding and character, while the “Black/True Grey 7/White” pair presents a graphite stone finish.

The latter two also feature a warning sign printed onto the medial side’s collar, reading “Reebok — Excessive Heat Index! Pump to Cool.” All three feature tonal branding on the tongue, and are finished with an exposed Graphlite plate in the sole unit tinted in the shoe’s respective colorway.

Take a look at the Reebok Instapump Fury “Legion of Fury” pack in the gallery above, and pick up all three pairs from Reebok’s website for $170 USD each when they drop on October 20.

In other news, here are this week’s biggest footwear drops.

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