Reebok Classics is going back to the 90s with their re-release of the Sole-Trainer running shoe.

First introduced in 1990, the shoe was considered revolutionary for its Hexalite honeycomb technology, which combined rear cushioning with a light weight forefoot for superior performance. With molded straps on the forefoot and rear of the upper, the Sole Trainer provides a snug comfortable fit while remaining durable due to its Dupont molded Evalite midsole.

The Sole-Trainers are available now in several color ways at all stores selling the Reebok Classic Reserve collection. Now we're just waiting for the Reebok Edge to make it's way into the Classics 2014 lineup. Let's just hope they re-release the commercials too.


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