Size and fit

Both men and women can enjoy the comfort and style of the low-top Reebok Aztrek 96. For excellent comfort and support, this model was inserted with lightweight EVA midsole and soft Hexalite hexagonal cushioning in the heel. Reebok used the lace-up fastening system allowing its wearers to adjust the fit.

Reebok Aztrek 96 Style

Displaying an updated look of the 90s running footwear, the Aztrek 96 is made of mixed materials on the upper with a pop of colors for an authentic throwback look. The angular shape and overlays on the upper flaunt new attitude while bulky midsole and X-shape on the toe.

The re-imagined Aztrek 96 stayed faithful to its prototype, released in more colorways for better style. Some of the popular hues are white/royal/fiery orange, white/deep teal/blazing pink, white/rapid teal/black, porcelain/grey/shadow, and turquoise/white/coral/lime.

To style this, wearers may pair their Reebok Aztrek 96 dad sneakers with ripped jeans and jackets. To infuse some ruggedness in the usual elegant attire, pair your black dress pants and crew-neck sweater with this chunky sneaker.

Notable Features

The retro-styled Reebok Aztrek 96 shoes parade intricate details on its side panel. This stand out element provides an authentic spirit of the 90s fashion while reinforcing the overall durability. These cage-inspired overlays are made of synthetic suede atop the mesh base and Vector logo, giving a fresh finish to this running-inspired footwear.

Reebok Aztrek 96 History

It was in the 90s when Reebok introduced the Aztrek silhouette in the market. The classic Aztrek was designed by Christian Tresser, the creator of Daytona DMX Run and Nike Spiridon. This running footwear was unveiled in the era when shoes are mostly dressed in white nylon upper, reinforced with suede or leather overlays. Pop of colors was also added to enhance the charm and appeal to the dull white base.

Since the current fashion trend is the revival of 90s aesthetics, Reebok rebooted one of its renowned profiles. Taken straight from Reebok's archive is the Aztrek that flaunts formidable running footwear details. The brand kept the silhouette unchanged but revamped a few details for the contemporary street-style look. The Aztrek features Hexalite technology, one of Reebok's innovations in the 90s.

The Aztrek silhouette was remodeled a few times to suit the various demands of countless users. Included in Aztrek's lineage is the Aztrek 96 that pays homage to the original 1993 look. This kick clearly shows the OG features but with some minor changes, such as slimmer sole and detailed pattern on the upper.

The Reebok Aztrek 96 for men and women still sports predominantly white upper with suede panels and contrasting branding on the heel and tongue. The retro sole unit is carved, and color-blocked, just like its predecessor. The brand also kept the X overlay on its toe box and removed the branding on the lateral side for a cleaner finish.

Additional Info

  • The high-abrasion rubber outsole of Reebok Aztrek 96 sneaker provides durable traction on different kinds of surfaces. 


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