Reebok DMX: A ’90s cult classic
Hailed as one of the best basketball shoes of all time, Reebok’s DMX trainers have been remastered with a fresh, futuristic design that updates the chunky runner from the ‘90s. In homage to the most iconic trainers in the brand’s history, Reebok has updated the highly popular DMX shoes for the next generation with plenty of retro appeal. Originally released as a ground breaking cushioning system for trainers and basketball boots, DMX technology moves air from the toe to the heel as you walk, delivering long-lasting comfort and extra shock absorption. While maintaining the classic silhouette, the update is an ingenious mashup of retro design with progressive materials.
Remastering the Reebok walk ultra 6 DMX max
Built for comfort and performance, these versatile DMX trainers feature an adaptable conditioning system that takes the stress out of your joints when walking, running or during a high-energy workout. Lightweight and durable, timeless details include a textile upper with perforated overlays that offer breathable comfort and a low-cut design for flexible movement around the ankles. Extra features include high abrasion rubber outsoles for excellent traction and responsiveness, cushioned DMX midsoles and removable EVA sock-liners to accommodate orthotics.
Retro-inspired DMX shoes
Reebok returns to the helm of fashionable performance footwear with retro-inspired details in its DMX collection. The DMX6 MMI is influenced by industrial design while the Daytona DMX has signature wavy lines in bright colourways. The Series 2200 combines textile uppers with suede and patent leather details for a progressive look, while the Classic Series 1000 has layered mesh overlays and original ‘90s colour combinations to pair with your favourite joggers and graphic tees. These high-performance trainers are ideal for staying active at the gym and on the basketball courts, but smart enough for everyday wear and going out.