Reebok re-launches the Instapump Fury design from the early 90s using GORE-TEX technology. The new pair was also released in a more colorful, bright yellow version at the beginning of the month.
Combining functionality and style, the Instapump Fury was first introduced in 1994 and it maintains the same aesthetic and core elements to this today. The new pair encompasses nylon mesh uppers and the label’s signature pump bladder, along with an additional zipper on the tongue.
Steven Smith’s renowned design features a GORE-TEX INFINIUM fabric extended high-cut collar and the PUMP system buttons usually placed on the tongue have been moved to the laterals.
This has been a signature design among the footwear fanatics for a long time: known for its bold design and striking colors, the Reebok Instapump Fury x GORE-TEX “Triple Black” is now notable for its weather-proof materials and full black matte version too.
While Reebok’s logo can be seen on the laterals as well as on the mid-foot cutouts, GORE-TEX branding appears on the lateral heel and the spine too. Moreover, the spine is made of reworked rubber components and the sole is made of the standard Hexalite-cushion.
The Reebok Instapump Fury x GORE-TEX “Triple Black” sneakers will soon be available on the footwear specialist’ website and select retailers. The Reebok Instapump Fury X Gore-Tex colorful version is already available at FootDistrict for €220 (about $245 USD).
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