The Reebok Insta Pump Fury celebrates Children’s Day in Japan with its latest mock. The shoe features a Carp scale print which follows tradition for the special day where Carp shaped flags are raised for each member in the family. A pink floral print takes care of the inner liner and black and red hang tags displaying the fish are hung from each heel tab. The shoe is primed for a May 4th drop, the day before the Holiday, but you can pre-order pairs of the limited shoe now through the atmos web-store.
Sneakersnstuff teams up with Reebok on a very special Insta Pump Fury termed the “Legal Issues” edition. The funky running shoe gets even more wild thanks to a white and black oversized polka dot scheme that lays over a pony hair and leather upper. The shoe is set to drop in very limited qualities at the SNS website and in store at 11.00 CET and online 12.00 CET April 25th as well as other select Reebok retailers like: Packer Shoes, Hanon Shop, Solebox, Colette, Mita Sneakers, Foot patrol, Burn Rubber, Atmos, Highs & Lows, Vault, Livestock, BTNC, Limited Edition, Bodega, Crooked Tongues, Kasina and Shoe Gallery.
The Insta Pump Fury continues to be Reebok’s collaborative showcase, showing up once more in an animal print design as contributed by a Japanese sneaker boutique. This newest mita sneakers x Reebok Insta Pump Fury can be seen as something of a sequel to their more straightforward leopard edition that released a little over a year ago. This time around, mita adds a micro polka dot pattern on top, leaving the feline elements subdued to the point that they’re mostly just adding a bit of tonal depth until you get up close. Contrast stitching seems appropriate on this black/white design with royal tongue and heel loops; have a closer look after the jump and let us know how these compare to other Insta Pumps and printed kicks, animal or otherwise, and stick with Sneaker News in case they make an appearance here in the US.
Reebok’s current revolution is one that will extended to the smallest of feet. This new shot from company man Swizz Beatz proves that, as the display pictured features mini versions of hits including the Reebok Insta Pump Fury, the Reebok Pump Omni Lite, the Reebok Blacktop Battleground, and more. Stay with us after the jump for the full preview, which even includes an exciting Question colorway that we’ve never before laid our eyes on, and check back in with Sneaker News to find out when and where to purchase the pairs pictured here.
The Insta Pump fury has seen a few special editions this year already, but we have not been lucky enough to grab pairs of the “Year of the Snake” mock. The pair celebrates the Chinese New Year with a tonal red upper that mixes glossy panels with a synthetic red snake skin that is joined nicely by black and gold accents. Special features include YOTS branding on the insole as well as special set of hangtags found on the pull tab on the heel of the shoe. A limited amount of Reebok retailers will be carrying these, but you’ll be able to get your pairs at spots like Packer Shoes.
The Bathing Ape’s AAPE line continues to hash out new collaborations, this time with Reebok. The Insta Pump Fury is growing in popularity, and the APE intends to capitalize on that. The teaser shows off a neat ape logo on the Pump Unit which is also enhanced by a camo printed upper, something BAPE is notorious for. Check out the full teaser below and let us know what you think so far.
The AAPE by A Bathing Ape line will keep things moving with the collaborations, as they’re apparently getting together with the Reebok folks. Shown here is a pair of the Reebok Insta Pump Fury with that BAPE line’s logo on the tongue button. On top of that there seems to be a camo pattern in place, lining up from what we’ve coming to expect from A Bathing Ape’s output. Get the full teaser for the AAPE by A Bathing Ape x Reebok Insta Pump Fury right after the jump and let us know if this is a collab you’re looking forward to.
Reebok is synonymous with the Classic Leather, but even with that models 30th anniversary in 2013, there’s a model roughly ten years its junior that’s getting quite a bit of attention. We’ll have to wait until next year for any kind of birthday celebration for the Reebok Insta Pump Fury, and perhaps that’s part of the explanation for why so many dope colorways are arriving for this futuristic classic and its HLS update. The latest release goes with a palette you might expect from a more traditional suede and mesh old school runner, and proves that’s what’s good for the NBs and NSWs of the world is good for RBK as this Racing Green, Steel and white pair offers a twist on the vintage look with pairs available now at retailers like SNS.
As was to be expected, there isn’t a sneaker brand under the sun that’s turning down the opportunity to celebrate the Year of the Snake. Reebok’s move for the 2013 Chinese new year looks to be the Reebok Insta Pump Fury ‘Year of the Snake’, a red, white, and gold inline model not to be confused with atmos’ upcoming scaly pair. You have to wonder what kind of ‘YOTS’ pair could have been whipped up within Reebok’s increasingly more talked about retro basketball line, but for now it looks like the Pump lineup is doing the heavy lifting with that theme. Continue reading to get the additional images and stay tuned to see where this pair pops up.
Reebok has been picking up steam thanks in part to bringing back some of their unheralded models in both OG and new colorways. We get a look at some samples that are sure to be well received. The Shaq Attaq looks like its back in its original form which is a plus, we get a look at two new Insta Pump Fury versions that are simple and clean, and we also get our first look at the Answer 1 coming at you in a colorway that is befitting of AI’s sixers. All the shoes pictured will release in the coming months so make sure to check in at Modern Notoriety for all the details on the entire Reebok line.