Yet another one of Christian Tresser’s ’90s Reebok designs is coming back to market. First, it was the Daytona DMX, and next week it’ll be the Reebok Aztrek.
Originally released in 1993 as an all-terrain runner, the Reebok Aztrek was built for abrasion resistance and stability. It was the first shoe Christian Tresser designed at Reebok so he gave the shoe unique details like the toe’s asymmetrical design and the Diamond Stud rubber outsole.
According to the brand, the Reebok Aztrek will be a franchise product for Reebok; it will see nearly a dozen colorways as it rolls out so expect subtle ’90s OG vibes as well as striking new builds for 2018.
While the release date has shifted several times for this shoe, WearTesters has confirmed that the Reebok Aztrek will release globally on July 19 for $100. Two colorways will drop next week and you can pre-order them now at Reebok.com.
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