With this unisex low top, a lace-up closure system can be found. This type of system allows for the wearer to be in control of the fit of the shoe, dictating how tight or loose they want it. Meanwhile, a soft leather upper makes for a surprising supportive comfort to the foot.
The Reebok Act 300 comes in mens’s shoe sizes ranging from 4 to 13 US. Half sizes are also available. For women who want to wear a pair of the Reebok Act 300, merely go a size and a half down of what is normal to get the size in men’s.
When it comes to style, the Reebok Act 300, without a doubt, holds the laid-back, and calm and collected vibe to it. Adding to the whole aura of the low top are the colors that it is available in. For a perfect retro-look, the sneaker’s chalk colored upper, that is conveniently made of leather, gets some teal colored details on it. It’s pretty appealing to the eyes with the pop of color making it stand out. For those who want something a little bit more subtle, then the second option might be more enticing. It’s still the same chalk colored upper but instead of green, has red detailing to it.
The Reebok Act 300 has been said to be designed for that classic, timeless yet casual look and we have to say that we agree with that sentiment very much. It goes well with jeans and shorts, paired with simple t-shirts and blouses for the top. Women can’t go wrong wearing these with summer dresses!
The Reebok Act 300 is a sneaker that, even from afar, holds everything that a heritage Reebok shoe should be or embodies. It’s got a classic look to it as well as feel, but it’s been outfitted with the modern conveniences to make it still a very comfy shoe to wear. The Union Jack symbol that can be found along the laces is something that many have noticed and a detail that Reebok is quick to point out with this sneaker.
Reebok, with all its glory and popularity in the sneaker industry, has beginnings that take us all the way back to the 1890s. Around this time, Joseph William Foster founded JW Foster and Sons, a company that designed the specific spike running shoe. Having poured his heart and soul into the company and the product, the shoes were able to reach the Olympics, widely recognized and popular.
But not one to harp on this success alone, the company continued on with a clam and relaxed demeanor, opting to focus on creating and delivering superb shoes. By 1958, the big change for the company was to come along. After a lengthy discussion, the grandsons of Joseph decided that it was time to go for a name change, seeing just how much of a mouthful JW Foster and Sons was. Instead, they decided in going with Reebok and everything from then was sealed.
With fresh invigoration, the newly re-named brand went into the market of running. There, Reebok went ahead and introduced its quality shoes that were excellent for running. To say it was popular with the running crowd would be an understatement. Seeing the potential, Reebok decided to enter other various sports market, one of these being tennis. In this category, Reebok was able to penetrate and give the tennis crowd a number of sneakers that have actually carried the inspiration on up to this day. One example of such a sneaker is the Reebok Act 300.
With the Reebok Act 300 low top, one can clearly see and feel Reebok's tennis-inspired history to it. It’s sleek and cleanly designed just the way Rebook tennis sneakers were made to be back in the day. It pays homage to it very well, with the Union Jack symbol found along the laces paying tribute to the athletic origins of Reebok.
- The Reebok Act 300 features a removable EVA sockliner that can accommodate orthotics.
- A high abrasion rubber outsole makes it even more durable.
- The upper material used for the sneaker is made of soft leather.