Although it holds lofty status around the world, Reebok's Instapump Fury is especially popular in Japan — so it's now set to release in two Tokyo-centric styles. Using monochromatic color schemes and special heel branding, this dynamic duo puts forth appealing new takes on the Steven Smith-designed classic from 1994.
Arriving in a vivid bright red and a stark matte black, each offers a totally tonal look from the bulbous Pump buttons to the neoprene air bladder and mesh base. However, there's a dual-pronged deviation from both color scheme and standard branded accents on the heel.
Most Instapump Furys use a Reebok text-and-vector logo here, but these styles present a text-less Vector graphic on the right shoe and a "Tokyo" hit on the left shoe, both embroidered in white thread. Each is then completed by a two-piece midsole, held together by a carbon fiber arch plate and equipped with supple DMX cushioning in the heel.
Both of these Tokyo-centric Reebok Instapump Furys are set to release on April 10 at Japanese retailers like ABC Mart. Each has a tax-included price point of ¥19,800 JPY (approximately $183 USD).
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