An early pioneer in the athletic shoe industry, Reebok’s roots stretch back as far as the late 1800s. The brand later exploded onto the footwear scene in the 1980s, and is celebrated today for its fitness-as-lifestyle ethos and innovation in the last four decades of footwear technology with models like the Pump, DMX, and the first athletic sneaker ever designed for women, the Freestyle. Reebok’s Workout and Club C models are widely known favorites of the skateboarding community for their tech build and gum soles, with popular skate blogs and forums deeming Reebok “skateboarding’s favorite unofficial skate shoe brand.”
The Hundreds x Reebok Workout Plus comes in black suede with an oiled full grain leather top and a black full grain leather lining and footbed. It has a black EVA midsole and gum rubber outsole, with “Reebok” embossed on the side of the right shoe. The Hundreds x Reebok Workout FVS comes in a fuchsia oiled suede top with an off-white full grain leather lining, along with a teal full grain leather footbed and off-white rubber outsole. Both models have flat poly laces featuring our classic “Solid Bomb” logo on the lace tips, in addition to having a classic The Hundreds “Bar” logo embossed on the side of both shoes. Available now at The Hundreds.