Originally released in 1994, the Reebok Instapump Fury has stood the test of time with its uniquely stylish and functional design. A newly revealed iteration is seen in black utilizing GORE-TEX materials. The pairs are the second GTX silhouette following a more colorful version released earlier this month.
The sneakers feature nylon mesh uppers overlaid with the silhouette’s signature pump bladder, and Reebok vector logos are seen peeking out of the lateral and mid-foot cutouts. Extended high-cut collars lined with GORE-TEX INFINIUM fabrics are secured by the addition of a zipper on the tongue section, and two collar tabs are provided for convenience.
The placement of the PUMP system is moved from the tongue to the lateral midfoot dressed in white, and a matte black TPU clip juts out from the heel for added texture. Below, a split midsole with honeycomb detailing, a midfoot carbon fiber plate, and thick outsole grips complete the look.
Take a look at the images above, and expect the Reebok Instapump Fury x GORE-TEX “Triple Black” sneakers to arrive at Reebok’s website and select retailers in the coming weeks.
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