“REEBOK EIGHTYONE” — a footwear and apparel series that is helmed by Vainl Archive designer Kohei Okita — has been rather quiet in this first half of the year, only executing a sneaker capsule that involved the Club C Stomper and Premier Road Plus IV back in March. However, just before the Summer season kicks off, the Japanese designer is sliding in yet another release: the Instapump Fury “Superb Blue”.
In terms of its constructions, the silhouette keeps the traditional mesh-infused underlays and synthetic caging for its base layer, both of which are color-blocked between a duo of tones. The former leads the way with a “Superb Blue” hue, while the latter, along with a single tip overlays, pump buttons, tongue and heel tabs and Reebok branding atop the middle of the throat and heels are outfitted in straight black. A smidge of “Pure Gray” also gets invited to pour over one of the front overlays. Below all of that, the segmented midsoles arrive with mostly angelic complexion and are seated next to a black panel that is situated towards the heel.
Parties who are interested in purchasing a pair can find these available right now via Reebok Japan for ¥20,900 (approx. $192 USD).
In other footwear news, Reebok has revived Allen Iverson’s Answer IV “Step Over” to celebrate its 20th anniversary.