The Reebok Instapump Fury is 20 years old, and it's an oddity in Reebok's retro running line. Its cut-out silhouette, Pump, and split midsole was way ahead of its time. So much so, that even two decades later, it still gets attention when it hits the street. To celebrate the sneaker's anniversary, Reebok promised a ton of collaborations on the Instapump—27 to be exact—and it actually over delivered. With so many Instapump collabs on the market, we, naturally, had to think that some were better than others. But we also got to see one silhouette recreated by a bunch of different artists, sneaker boutiques, and clothing brands.

The Instapump Fury, however, is no stranger to being reworked via collaborators. Chanel put its double C branding on the sneaker before, and last year saw the likes of A Bathing Ape and Sneakersnstuff release their own collabs as well. To be fair, we only included collaborations that aren't continuing partnerships with Reebok (Garbstore, Stash, etc.) and, instead, are actual collaborations. So for fans of the Instapump, they were presented with more options than they could possibly pick from. If they had to choose, though, this is how they might see things. Here's Ranking This Year's Reebok Instapump Fury Collabs From Worst to Best.