Reebok is set to release a new sneaker pack predicated on the brand's iconic split cushioned sole, lifted from a 1996 Pump EVO prototype that would end up being shelved. First up is the new Run.r 96, featuring an all-white upper constructed from breathable mesh with smooth rubber accents, and unique cord-lock closure in lieu of traditional lacing for a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic. That shoe is joined by the Reebok Sock Run.r, which made its debut last month in a subdued black colorway. Here, it's enlivened with vibrant blue coloring on the technical knit upper, resting atop the same split cushion sole with sawtooth detailing that supports the Run.r 96.
Release Date: 6/8/18 (Friday)