words // Brandon Richard
Reebok Classic Reserve continues its 'Tech 90s' product story with a re-release of the Sole Trainer, first introduced to runners in 1990.
Considered a breakthrough trainer at the time, the Sole Trainer was equipped with forefoot and heel Hexalite cushioning, while molded straps on the upper provided a snug fit. The shoe's Dupont molded Evalite midsole made it one of the most durable trainers on the market.
For Fall 2013, Reebok is bringing back the original 'Neon' and 'Ultra Violet' colorways from the 1990s catalog. Look for both styles at Reebok Classic Reserve retailers.