THE FURY BEHIND REEBOK'S INSTAPUMP AND THE ADAPT

Reebok have been having a killer year with the releases of some of the most interesting and unique designs to hit the pavement, and the shoes that are leading this attack are the Reebok Instapump Fury,  the Fury Adapt and the Fury Road.

With the iconic Reebok red and yellow and a new knitted pattern that resembles the most comfortable knitted sweater, the Fury Adapt is the shoe that blends the future with the rich history that Reebok is known for. 

For only $160 how could you go wrong with this shoe. Available in store and online now.

The Reebok Instapump Fury was released in 1994 and ever since then it has been a staple for sneaker enthusiast ever since. The Instapump utilises a separated midsole and removed the need for laces, instead relying on the lockdown provided by the Insta Pump CO2 charger and the bladder than composes the upper of the shoes. 

In a murdered out upper the shoe takes a new look and relies on the outstanding silhouette to do all the talking, while the steel grey and black pair uses the different panelling as well as that shape to do wonders that should bump those wonders of the world up to eight.

The Instapump Fury is available in multiple colours in store and online now.