With all the Kendrick Lamars and Palace collaborations of recent times, one could easily forget that for much of the last 30 years, Reebok has been considered a fitness company. But since the Aerobic, Cross-Training and Fitness hypes of the 80s helped Reebok become the big player that it still is, the company doesn’t shy away from celebrating its rich history in these spheres. 2017 marks the anniversary year for key Fitness Heritage silhouettes, so a number of great Reebok shoes can be expected to make a comeback. The Workout Plus was one of the big Reebok silhouettes of the 1980s and worn from hunky bodybuilders in the famous Gold’s Gym in L.A. to mullet-bearing bordello bouncers at Hamburg’s Reeperbahn. Its iconic H-Strap panels on the sides still speak of stability, while the buttery Reebok garment leather brings the comfort all Reebok fans have grown to love. The same material is used on the Freestyle Hi, which back in the day served as the shoe of choice for all women who pursued sportive activities and/or wanted to look en vogue. Which of course still works today, when both models are made available again.