Women · Vintage


Dial back the clock with women’s retro running shoes

Dial back the clock as you go about your daily affairs wearing our women’s retro running shoes and prove to the world that true classics never go out of style. Our fleet of throwback trainers have leather uppers and a low-cut silhouette in tribute to our original design specifications that combined clean aesthetics with effortless mobility. EVA midsoles and foam sock liners provide all the cushioning needed to keep your feet contented and rubber outsoles provide responsiveness and are tempered to resist wear and tear on most surfaces while woven brand and Union Jack labels are used for that vintage aesthetic.

Millions worldwide adore our women’s vintage running trainers

Our women’s vintage running trainers provide a glimpse back to Reebok’s historic past when it previewed some of the original designs that have since become worldwide classics. Primarily shoes created for dedicated and recreational runners, their sleek look and excellent mobility have been proven on community tennis courts, as well as Grand Slam and professional circuits around the world in past decades. Millions of pedestrians and satisfied customers also recognise them as attractive, affordable trainers that can be worn to school or work and are comfortable wear for a leisurely walk in the company of others or just by yourself.

Retro women’s running shoes for fashionable ladies and connoisseurs alike

Fashionable ladies, as well as collectors of vintage urban wear, may wish to consider some of our other offerings beyond retro women’s running shoes. Products featuring some of our classic designs or the throwback red-white-blue logo range from sweatshirts and hoodies to tracksuits and dresses with styles such as graphic tank tops and sleeveless tops, as well as trackpants, leggings, sports bras and of course our iconic windbreakers among others. If you like, you can add a few vintage accessories such as headbands and bucket hats and baseball caps that helped to define the style of the 80s and 90s.