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3 Reebok Classics You Can Buy for Retail

In a time of bots and resellers, here are 3 retro sneakers you can actually buy for retail

Reebok Classics Top 3 Retro Sneakers
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Gone are the days of walking into a local shop and picking up a pair of kicks for retail. With bots that quickly snatch up all the inventory online and resellers who camp out in front of stores for days on end, we wanted to give you some options that are fresh but won’t break the bank. So, we did some research on these timeless classics that will definitely boost your style game, too.

ClubC
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Club C 85 “Vintage”

Price: $75

 

As OG as it can get. The Reebok Club C is a tennis shoe classic that speaks for itself. Virtually wearable with everything from slacks to jeans, and joggers, you can get a fit off and not worry. So, if you’re looking for something that’s different from everyone’s go-to Nike’s Killshot 2 or Air Force 1 low, this is definitely a great alternative, style-wise and for your wallet, too.

Shaqnosis
Reebok

Shaqnosis

Price $160

 

Shaq’s signature shoe from 1996 returns in its original bold black and white colorway. This shoe represents pure nostalgia for anyone who remembers the power Shaquille O'Neal brought to the court. 1996 was the year Shaq left the Orlando Magic and joined the Los Angeles Lakers. The aggressive design seemed to echo Shaq’s backboard shattering performance on the court and off.

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Instapump Fury OG “Citron”

Price: $180

 

Designed by the legendary Steven Smith, the Instapump Fury revolutionized the sneaker game. Smith was a driving force in many of the much-hyped “Dad Shoe” silhouettes. In fact, he is single-handedly responsible for several New Balance models, Nike’s famed Air Zoom Spiridon Caged, and several of Adidas Originals Kanye West Yeezy silhouettes. Originally released in 1994, its bold and tech-forward look made the Fury OG a classic and revitalized Reebok during a time when everyone only cared about Air Jordans. Steven Smith, we salute you sir.

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