Though obviously well-equipped, the Reebok Instapump Fury Trail does lack one thing: waterproofing.
Due most in part to its ventilating openings, the silhouette isn’t the best choice during tumultuous downpours, but with utility growing in importance by the day, it’s no surprise that its 2020 upgrades include a weather resistant shroud.
The aesthetic just inside, however, is relatively untouched, boasting ballistic mesh constructions with synthetic paneling through the narrative of two palettes: one a much more neutral black with neon green detailing and the other the very same color blocking though with grey and yellow as its components.
Piping across the air pumped constructions then embellish with reflective piping, matching that of the vector logo emblazoned onto the aforementioned nylon shell whose toggle fasteners help secure the piece at both the medial and lateral sides.
Though they’ve already released at the brand’s Japanese outposts, they’ve yet to make it stateside. If you’re interested in picking up a set for yourself, sit tight as we await either these colorways or new ones at Reebok.com down the road.
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