8 users: 4.5 / 5
Style: Classic
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Reebok Classics

Verdict from 8.4 hours of research from the internet

8 reasons to buy

  • Most wearers remark that the Reebok 3D OP.Pro gives them a very comfortable, bouncy walk.
  • This high-quality sneaker is worth its expensive price tag, according to the majority of buyers.
  • Heaps of users enjoy the 3D Ultralite outsole’s lightweight cushioning.
  • Several shoppers say they got so fascinated with the Reebok 3D OP.Pro’s design that they bought it at first sight.
  • Some reviewers praise laud the Reebok 3D OP.Pro’s meticulous construction, which made them feel the designer’s commitment to the sneaker.
  • The upper has different materials in different places but well integrated as a whole, based on a good number of Reebok 3D OP.Pro reviews.
  • At least one customer has mentioned that the stylish knit-like collar fits comfortably like a sock.
  • A good number of customers like the nicely textured shades and elegant color scheme.  

2 reasons not to buy

  • A user has found it hard to drive in manual transmission because of the split outsole bottom.
  • A few wearers have said it took them a few days to get used to the split outsole.

Bottom line

The Reebok 3D OP.Pro is the renewed model of the classic Reebok 3D OP., which first appeared in 1998. Designed with great precision, and with style and functionality in mind, the Reebok 3D OP.Pro has stepped up the game for the Reebok sneakers.

Its sleek, uniquely layered upper caught the eyes of customers and fanatics. Its brand-defining split outsole once again took home bags of compliments for its superb comfort. 

The Reebok classic-inspired 3D OP. Pro is a unisex design available in men’s sizes. For women, go down one and a half sizes from men’s. The sneaker is a low-top with a knit collar, which makes for a soft, breathable fit and a freer range of ankle movements.

Though a sleek, sophisticated-looking silhouette, the Reebok 3D OP.Pro is a born of a late 1990s heritage. Its classic chunky split outsole is further refined with a remarkably unique, modern-ish upper, made with layers of knit cashmere and suede leather.

Futuristic yet still retains that retro vibe, the Reebok 3D OP.Pro fits various styles across the eras. Men and women can go for that 1990s baggy look with a pair of loose-fit pants paired with a hoodie or a tee shirt under a jacket. Or go with the modern casual and sporty outfit such as dark denims or sweatpants, which tapered down to the ankles, revealing the color of the socks as well as accentuating the sneaker’s beefy silhouette. Available colorways for the Reebok 3D OP.Pro are Cool Grey/Light Grey/White/Black, Black/Green, and Black/Hyper Green/White/Reebok Red.

Excelling in both design and function, the Reebok 3D OP.Pro is indeed a standout sneaker. It features a curious-looking, but breathable upper. It is a layer of premium cashmere blend knit underneath a durable suede leather with bold overlays. All this sits on top of the 3D Ultralite split outsole, which is lightweight but provides incredible cushioning.

Reebok was launched in 1958 by Joe and Jeff Foster, who lived in England. They got the name Reebok from a South African dictionary, which Joe won at a race when he was a kid. "Rhebok" was the name of fast-running antelope, a name which fit the Foster brothers' vision: that is to make a name in running and athletics.

At first, Reebok made a big name in producing spiked pumps, which were worn by champions. Since Reebok are still based in England, they exported their products worldwide. Eventually, Reebok reached America, where luck turned toward them. In the late 1980s, Reebok became the top footwear brand in North America.

The 1980s and 1990s decades saw some leading footwear introducing strange-looking, futuristic designs that became part of the Reebok classics. Among which was Reebok's patented split outsole tooling. In 1992, Reebok launched the Split Reebok series. The Pump Graphite first boasted the revolutionary split outsole. As a result, it had less bulk but with greater comfort and stability. In 1994, the Instapump Fury, the most iconic of the Reebok Fury series, appeared. The Opus (or OP.) followed in 1998, which was reintroduced twenty years later.

In homage to the Opus’s legacy, the Reebok 3D OP.Pro was released, with updated materials for the modern era but with the same attitude of the 1998 Reebok Opus classic.     

  • The model has an underfoot transition bridge. This design allows the forefoot and rearfoot to move independently, have better stability, and run on surfaces without straining the foot through excess motion.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.