After 25 long years, Reebok is digging into its stash to bring back the Aztrek runner in its OG form.
Originally introduced as an all-terrain shoe in 1993, the Christian Tresser-designed sneaker's distinctive traits include its asymmetrical toe design and a Diamond Stud rubber outsole. Light on tech but rather daring for its time in terms of design, the Aztrek also includes Hexalite cushioning underneath its synthetic suede and mesh uppers.
While it doesn't quite fit the pervasive dad shoe look (which is hardly a knock at this point), the Aztrek's sleek, low-cut silhouette and '90s-esque colors make it an easy-to-wear option in today's climate.
Priced at $100, the Aztrek will drop in OG "White/Solid Teal/Black" and "Chalk/Collegiate Royal/Bright Rose" colorways on Thursday, July 19 at 12 a.m. ET from reebok.com.