Reebok‘s Instapump Fury is a silhouette that never lacks for personality, and now it’s released in a leopard-printed iteration that could very well be dubbed the Instapump Furry. An animal-kingdom themed take on the Steven Smith-designed masterpiece, it combines crisp overlays with a shaggy base — simultaneously displaying its memorable tech and calling attention to its altered build.
Toeboxes, tongues and underlays alike are composed of a fuzzy longhaired material, dressed in tan and printed with brown and black cheetah rosettes. This is quickly contrasted by the inflatable Pump bladder, heel and toe cap, all of which are done up in a stark black. Present on the tongue as always, the two-piece Pump valve system is done up in black as well, and boasts tonal branding along with the heel. Down below, two-piece black midsoles are held together by a carbon fiber midfoot plate and are loaded with DMX cushioning in the rear for maximum comfort.
This leopard-printed Reebok Instapump Fury is available now via the Reebok Japan webstore, and is priced at ¥20,900 JPY (approximately $201 USD).
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