words // Brandon Richard
After having success resurrecting timeless hoop models like the Question and Kamikaze II, Reebok Classics has again reached into its vault to bring back the DMX Run 10, the first drop in the brand’s retro running series.
Originally released in 1997, the DMX Run 10 was hyped as “the best running shoe in the history of the world” and debuted Reebok’s proprietary moving air technology. The technology was based on the concept that air would shift between connected pods, providing active transfer cushioning with each stride. Moving air wasn’t only a hit with runners — it eventually branched off into other categories, namely Allen Iverson’s second signature basketball shoe, the Answer I.
Starting today, the DMX Run 10 is being reintroduced in three original limited edition colorways. Available in Black/White/Pure Silver, Thunder Blue/Reebok Brass/Black/White/Pure Silver and White/Infinite Blue/Neon Cherry/Pure Silver, the DMX Run 10 features leather and ballistic mesh construction, DMX air cushioning, an ImEVA midsole and a carbon rubber outsole that houses forefoot flex grooves for natural flexibility and traction. Though released sixteen years ago, the shoe’s turf-inspired design still makes it a standout retro among the ultra-lightweight running models of today.
Take a run down memory lane in a pair of these classic Reebok running shoes today.
Available: Reebok DMX Run 10