Available Now // Previously-Unreleased Reebok Court Pump Prototype Drops Decades After Inception

Available Now // Previously-Unreleased Reebok Court Pump Prototype Drops Decades After Inception

Despite being created by the legendary Steven Smith, the Reebok Pump Court was never intended for production, the model sitting as an archived prototype for years until it walked the runway at Paris Fashion Week as part of the Juun. J Autumn/Winter ’20 collection. Now, mere decades later, the prototype pair will finally see a retail release, with the Boston-based brand dishing up a slew of GR colorways in lead-up to the aforementioned high fashion collaboration.

The first release saw this clean arrangement of patriotic white, red and blue, and will now be joined by a vibrant neon “Hero Yellow” that harkens back to the early 90s era in which the tennis sneaker was conceptualized. Pump bladders, synthetic overlays, and aggressive midfoot straps provide much visual intrigue which is balanced out by an equally dynamic sole unit, resulting in a trainer that conveys the maximalist era in which it was contrived.



Grab a detailed look at the first-up Pump Court pairs inn detail below, and you can now find the USA-themed pair available right here on Reebok.com for $160, with the ultra-90s “Hero Yellow” set to follow shortly.

Reebok Court Pump

Style Code: FV5565
Color: White/College Navy/Chalk
Available Now
Price: $160

Where to Buy:
Reebok.com Available Now

 

Reebok Court Pump

Style Code: FV7901
Color: Hero Yellow/Sea Foam Green/Chalk
Release Date: Spring 2020
Price: $160

Where to Buy:
Reebok.com Coming Soon













 

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