Reebok Pump Supreme Engine Releases Today

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It’s nice to see much-hyped limited releases find their way into regular collections. The Reebok Pump Supreme Engine first made a splash in October 2016 as an all-white collabo with Vetements for their “garage sale” in Seoul, Korea.

Today the Reebok Pump Supreme Engine becomes available at select retailers in Black/White, Grey/White, and Navy/White colorways, including outspoken Reebok fans and collaborators Titolo in Switzerland and 43einhalb.


Originally released on November 24, 1989, Reebok Pump technology celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2014 and has been featured in a number of collabos and re-releases ever since.

The Reebok Pump Supreme Engine brings the technology into the here-and-now with a slim silhouette and on-trend features: slightly wedged outsole in white, ventilated knit upper, a slipper-like “fusion fit sleeve” design, and of course, adjustability via Pump technology housed in a capsule above the tongue. The air is circulated in a zig-zag pocket that wraps around the upper, lending the latest iteration of the court-proven technology a unique look with “visible Pump”.

The Reebok Pump Supreme Engine is available now at retailers including Titolo and 43einhalb for a price tag around CHF 220 or EUR 180 in the Black/White and Grey/White and Navy/White colorway.

Photo Credits: Images of the Grey/White and Black/White version via Titolo, Navy/White courtesy of 43einhalb.






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