The origins of Reebok can be traced back to 1890’s Bolton, where footwear manufacturer Joseph Foster first began has foray into the world of making shoes. Reebok prides itself on it's roots as a British company, and although it's grown into a much larger scale company, a lot of the 'Classic' range of product it still produces retains the original characteristics, and stems back to a time when it was UK made.
The Aztec was first introduced back in 1979, in a suede and nylon material make-up which was a commonplace combination at the time. In it's original make-up of vibrant blue, red and yellow, the runner was an unmissable addition to the feet of road-runners looking for a lightweight, high performance shoe.
Together with Reebok, we've re-interpreted the icon in our own premium manner. Holding true to material using during the 70's & 80's era of runners, lush olive and soft black suede panels overlay a hardwearing tonal mesh lining the sidewalls and toebox. Bracing the laces are plastic D-Rings that match the respective palettes of each pair.
Both colours of the size? Exclusive Reebok Classic Aztec launch online and all size? stores on Friday 26th February, priced at £70.