Reebok Dual Pump Runner Spring 2011

By - February 21st, 2011

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011
With the Pump, Reebok has a design playground with seemingly no constraints on what is aesthetically possible. There are many examples of Pumps that push design boundaries, or totally ignore them: the untamed Mita Sneakers x Reebok Insta Pump Fury Camouflage Tiger Camo, the light-up Solebox x Reebok Omni Zone Pump with glowing panels, the graphically confusing Safety Pack; even the “regular” colors of the Spring/Summer 2011 Insta Pump Outdoor pack are pretty wild – and that list only goes back a few months. Now, a lesser seen model – the Dual Pump Runner – keeps the tradition alive. The upper incorporates leather, mesh, and nylon; primarily black, but with an art deco blue pump and lace. The midsole and tongue incorporate the traditional Reebok checkerboard, in black and red – the design inspiration of which is hard to identify. And another Reebok standard – the double stripe – is executed in silver. The theme for this shoe might just be a total disregard for themes; and in that sense it’s a success. Probably not one that you’ll be able to match perfectly to an outfit, but an interesting option. Check the images after the jump. via: SN.

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011

Reebok Dual Pump Runner  Spring 2011

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