The Reebok Sneakers Buying Guide
Founded in 1895, the classic British label Reebok has a strong brand heritage and a rich history in sporting apparel. Joining Adidas in 2004, the brand continues to create technically innovative designs made to support you in your workout. Utilizing contemporary trends, Reebok sneakers are not just for the gym. Opt for high-tops in statement graphic prints or classic suede running shoes for retro appeal.
Reebok sneakers come with an excellent pedigree and are worn by sports stars, celebrities, and regular consumers all around the world - and there’s no sign of that changing any time soon. Reebok sneakers come in a wide range of styles, from classic to vintage-retro to performance-focused designs enhanced with advanced sports technology. Reebok sneakers are there for the gym, the basketball court, the running track, the street and everything in between. Ahead, take a look at our men’s Reebok sneakers buying guide, which will help you narrow down the styles that work best for you and work out which size you should go for.
The Most Wanted Reebok Sneakers
Reebok Workout Plus Sneakers
Reebok Workout Plus Sneakers bring back memories of popular Reebok designs from the 70s and 80s. There’s a chunky rubber sole for support and comfort, and logo patches for a signature Reebok look. Made from premium materials, the low-cut design has a minimal design and sits on an EVA foam midsole for excellent shock absorption.
Reebok Instapump Fury Sneakers
The iconic Instapump range comes in a variety of colors and variations, including the Instapump Fury Og and the Instapump Fury Trail. Reebok Instapump Fury Sneakers are built with Pump iconic technology for a customized, locked-in fit, and has a TPU midsole plate for stability and upport. Soft Hexalite hexagonal cushioning ensures long-lasting comfort.
Reebok Club C Revenge Sneakers
Made from soft and delicate yet durable leather, these retro-inspired sneakers are reminiscent of the tennis court. Reebok Club C Revenge Sneakers feature supple leather uppers that are padded for extra comfort and a gum rubber outsole for durability and traction. The cuff and tongue are branded with Reebok's logo, and the shoe has a lace-up fastening for a secure fit.
The Men’s Reebok Sneaker Sizing Guide
Reebok sneakers typically use US sizing, but you will also find UK and EU sizes on the shoe box and inside of the shoe. You can use the below chart to see how men’s US sizing translates into EU and UK. For example, if you usually wear a UK 10 or EU 44.5, you should buy your Reebok sneakers in a US 11.
The best way to find the perfect fit is to start by measuring your feet in three easy steps (preferably when your feet aren’t swollen after sleep or activity). Stand straight on a piece of paper with your heel against the wall. Measure the longest part of your foot, from toe to heel with a pencil and measuring tape. Do this with both feet in case your sizes are slightly different. Compare your foot's length in inches to the chart to find your correct size.
How To Care For Your Reebok Sneakers
The easiest way to clean your sneakers, especially white ones, is to mix five tablespoons of baking soda, one or two tablespoons of dish soap, one or two tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, and one cup of water.
Take out the laces first, and then use a toothbrush dipped in the mix to scrub your sneakers free of dirt. Then, rub them dry and wipe the midsoles with a cotton wool ball soaked in nail polish remover. If you want to clean the insole, use a disposable razor to remove any fluff from inside your sneaker. As for the laces, just add them in with your next laundry load.
- What are Reebok sneakers made from?
Reebok sneakers are made from a range of premium materials. Some are made out of leather such as certain styles of Reebok Classic sneakers. Reebok also tries to use sustainable materials where possible, including recycled nylon, polyester, rubber, water-based polyurethane, and algae-based products.
- Are Reebok sneakers vegan?
In 2019 Reebok launched its first plant-based running shoe, made from eucalyptus, natural rubber, castor bean oil, and algae. Reebok continues to create other vegan-friendly sneakers, including the Floatride GROW range.
- There are different Reebok logos on its sneakers, what does this mean?
In 2020, Reebok rolled out a new logo and wordmark called the Vector logo (this came in blue and red). The red Delta Reebok logo is still used on some of Reebok's product lines, such as UFL and CrossFit. But the newer logo is now printed on the majority of Reebok products.