Reebok's Pump Court brings memorable early '90s tennis style into a whole new era, and it's now ready to release in a simple-yet-stark "White/Black" colorway. While other Pump Court makeups like "Hero Yellow/Seafoam Green" and "Collegiate Navy/Red" have opted for vibrant hues in line with the bright flair of the '90s, this straightforward palette intentionally takes a back seat, putting the Pump Court's retrofuturistic construction on full display.
5/8 cut uppers offer classic cross trainer style, while structure is provided by a black mesh base shrouded in abstract-shaped white and black overlays. Much like the Instapump Fury — a true pillar of '90s athletic footwear design — laces are not needed, as an adjustable fit is provided by a Pump air bladder system. However, if the wearer desires to increase the lockdown even further they can do so with the midfoot's buckled strap. White EVA foam midsoles and milky outsoles hold heel and forefoot DMX cushioning setups to complete the look.
The Reebok Pump Court "White/Black" is set to release on May 1 via the Reebok webstore. The MSRP is set at $160 USD.
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