Reebok announced its partnership with rapper Future in July, promising footwear would be included in the star’s collection with the brand. Although the athletic label’s latest sneaker reveals — dubbed the Reebok Classic’s Fury Collection — aren’t officially Future’s, one in particular has been spotted on his feet while on tour this summer.
The InstaPump Fury “Overbranded” in a simple black and white color palette (a Future favorite) will be available on Oct. 11 at a Reebok Fury Pop Up Shop in New York City (available for purchase from 4-6 p.m. ET) and Oct. 12 from noon to 6 p.m. The shoe will have a broader release on Oct. 12 via footaction.com and reebok.com. The shoe will retail for $175.
Aside from the “Overbranded” InstaPump Fury, Reebok has two other styles available now in the same simplistic color palette — the Fury Adapt ($100) and the Furylite ($75). The Fury Adapt is available at Champs Sports and via reebok.com, and the Furylite can be purchased at Finish Line and reebok.com.
The “Overbranded” iteration of the InstaPump Fury – a style originally released by Reebok in 1994 — boasts atypically large, black Reebok vector branding on a predominantly white upper.
Rounding out the collection is the Fury Adapt, a slimmed-down sportier style, and the Furylite, boasting striking layers of graphics and an abundance of texture.