Arguably the UK’s biggest sportswear player, Reebok was originally known as J.W Foster when it was founded in Bolton in 1895. The company’s big breakthrough was its pioneering development of early spiked running shoes, but it wasn’t until 1958 that the humble Lancastrian company assumed its now famous Reebok branding.
A strong sense of Reebok’s British roots remains, even though it’s now a thoroughly global brand. It might have abstracted its original Union Jack logo back in the 80s but the national flag is still very much a feature of Reebok Classics the brands most iconic line.
You can’t beat a pair of classic Reebok trainers. The renowned Reebok Classic sneakers are perfect for adding some vintage cool to your casualwear. When it comes to Reebok shoes, you don’t have to compromise on quality to get that 90s retro look.
Reebok trainers give you the look you crave and you’ll never grow tired of wearing them. Big Sean, Snoop Dogg and Rick Ross can often be seen rocking their favourite Reeboks, and their signature lines are as popular as some of the classic ranges.