Reebok redesigns its Classic Leather and releases the Legacy model that leaves a story for a long time. It flaunts fresh and vibrant colorways and supports an active lifestyle given its versatility. This said, it keeps you company both in the gym and in the streets.
- Compliment magnet
- All-day comfort
- Works for light gym activities
- Very affordable
- A wide array of colors
- Frail construction
- Not for wide feet
Who should buy the Reebok Classic Leather Legacy
The Reebok Classic Leather is a great buy for:
- those who don't want to dig deep into their pocket for a pair of kicks
- those who want a lightweight shoe that they can take to the gym
- those who have narrow to medium-width feet who love a snug fit
Who should NOT buy it
If you want a sturdy pair of kicks, go for the Reebok Club C 85 or the Reebok Club C Revenge. They're well-made, and can last you a long time.
Quite the looker
A large percentage of reviewers love the look of the Reebok Classic Leather Legacy. And a handful of them says that they've received countless compliments while donning this Reebok trainer.
On top of this, they highly appreciate the variety of colors it's offered in.
Many customers mention that they can wear the sneaker for an "extended period." There are even those who say that they don't mind wearing it all day.
Doesn't break the bank
According to various reviewers, the price of the shoe lets them cop multiple pairs. It only retails for $80, making it one of the most affordable sneakers on the market.
The Reebok Classic Leather is easy to pair
The Classic Leather Legacy is perfect for everyday wear since it pairs well with a lot of casual attire; droves of buyers note.
So light it's barely-there
The weight of the CL Legacy makes it perfect for moving around the city all day, according to several end users.
Quality that's only as good as its price
Compared to other Reebok CL kicks, the sole and the leather on the upper of the Classic Leather Legacy are poorly done.
Restrains the foot
A couple of wide-footed critics mention that the shoe is restrictive.