Reebok gets back to its roots
Reebok has been around for decades and despite its longevity, some fans may not associate the brand with running shoes. A few might look to Nike or ASICS when investing in a pair of jogging kicks, but it was Reebok that started this wave. Freshness magazine reports the brand, previously known as J.W. Foster & Sons, created the first sneakers made specifically for running 100 years ago.
In order to honor both that momentous accomplishment and the 30th anniversary of the Reebok Classic Leather, the company has come out with a line of Reebok Classics made for winter. These running kicks are only for the most diehard joggers around the nation, as the company, along with a sneaker manufacturing brand, totally revamped the shoes to protect the feet in colder conditions.
The Reebok Classic Leather's lighter uppers were changed out for a resilient Cordura fabric, and the new shoe's interior gained Thinsulate insulation and PlayDry lining to protect people's feet as they break a sweat in the great outdoors. Despite the updates, Reebok made sure to keep the actual look of the sneaker exactly as fans have come to love them.
Do you run outside in the winter? Would you be interested to try a pair of these kicks?