Reebok Classics hits up Swedish based retailer, Sneakersnstuff for its latest to put their spin on 25th Anniversary of the Rebook Pump. The unique former hardwood favorite finds its design inspirations courtesy of old black light posters. The posters harken back to the SNS crew’s own childhoods and the graphical trips that would be seen at the foot of their beds. To further integrate the theme, 100 limited edition posters created by Swedish artist Mander accompany a small batch of lucky shoppers. Despite the shoe’s inspirations, under daily conditions they’re kept rather subtle with a black suede upper that unveils the slightest pops of color in reference to the posters they’re meant to represent.
Contributing to the 25th anniversary collection of the Reebok Pump, Social Status develops a luxurious makeover to the classic hoops. Featuring a faux-woven textured leather upper in dark brown with tonal accents throughout, while perforated leather adorns the toe box and high-top ankle detailing. Final touches include a gum rubber outsole and waxed tan laces. Be on the look out for the Social Status x Reebok Pump coming soon at Wish.
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the original Pump, Atmos teams up with Reebok to pay homage featuring the iconic silhouette with updated materials. Inspired by the original colorway, the Japanese retailer reconstructs the entire upper with a stretch nylon in black, accented in grey, white and orange, all on top of a bright white midsole. All original technology remains, including a Energy Return System cushioning the heel and functional Pump. Be sure to add the Atmos x Reebok Pump to your collection as it awaits the upcoming release soon at Wish.
“Some legends bring the crowd to their feet, but the legendary Dee Brown brought the crowd to his. Literally, in the 1991 Slam Dunk Contest, Dee paused to pump up his Reebok Pump Omni shoes, and ultimately made the most iconic dunk of all time – the “No Look” dunk. On one of the greatest moments in the game, Dee says, “Being a late entry for the Slam Dunk contest that year, I knew I had to get the crowd on my side, to get them excited. What I did next is history. To this day I’m identified with one shoe and one shoe only – the Reebok Pump.” On June 14th, Reebok Classic brings back Dee Brown’s iconic Pump Omni OG and will be available at Wish in-store and online for $115 USD.