Sneakers unisex REEBOK DV7343A050027759
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RUN R 96 TPU
Unisex sneaker limited model signed Reebok. Designed on the basis of the split touring running shoe developed in 1996, they feature a four-part sole. The design is elegant for its nostalgic appearance and the upper that recalls the 90s.
- Regular fit
- Lightweight upper
- Closure with laces
- Rubber sole
- Style: Classic/Retro, Low-Top, Stroke
- Product color: Grey / Storm / Storm / Blue / Lime tree
Reebok International Limited is an industrial company founded in the United States focused on the creation of sport-related items and accessories.
Their story began in 1895. During a nasty English afternoon, 14-year-old Joseph William Foster, country runner from the town of Bolton, Manchester, created one of the first pairs of sport-spiked shoes in history. He did not know yet that he had started one of the most fascinating business stories of all time: that of Reebok, which today is one of the most successful sportswear brands in the world.
The epic of the sports brand began slowly, in fact, the transition from the creativity to the real business took place in fact only five years later, or in 1900.
With the "J.W. Foster and Sons "and the" Olympic Works ", the company began to distribute their shoes throughout the UK, ending up wearing them even to the great British athletes, like the 100 meters Olympic champion Harold Abrahams during the Olympics of Paris of 1924.
Frequenty Asked Questions
Of course! All of our products are 100% Reebok certified originals. Feel free to ask us for the product code and we'll be happy to provide it.
Yeah, everything we sell online comes from our boutiques in Italy. We've been partners with Reebok and many others up to 10 years.
Our fashion botique is located in the center Arzignano, Vicenza since 1911.
An experience and a family tradition that have been constantly reinterpreted to get to the latest research and experimentation.