Kohei Okita and Reebok Rework Pump Paris With Earth-Toned Colorways
Reebok has been given two understated earth-toned colorways, “Shady Gray” and “Boulder Brown,” to the Pump Paris — a 2000s-inspired silhouette packed with hi-tech details. These iterations come from Kohei Okita‘s (VAINL ARCHIVE founder) “Reebok EightyOne” collection, which also includes bold renditions of the Pump Fury.
The Pump Paris is dominated by mesh uppers, offering lightness and breathability to its sleek mold. “RBK PREMIER” and “Pump Paris Trainer” branding is stamped at the top of a reflective tongue, followed by a set of round laces that cover the forefoot. Full-grain leather panels appear along with the eyelets and toecap, while semi-translucent rubber overlays are placed at the sidewalls. Other features like the back pump at the lateral side of the rear quarter, Reebok’s logo on the medial side, and an articulated midsole equipped with “DMX foam” technology round off the shoe’s boisterous design.
Reebok Pump Paris “Shady Gray” and “Boulder Brown” are currently available on atmos’ website for $153 USD.
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