We spent 6.8 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

10 reasons to buy

  • The Reebok Classic Leather PM, according to several buyers, has a unique touch to it concerning style and is very cute.
  • Less than a handful of purchasers would buy another pair either in the same colorway or another.
  • Almost all of the Reebok Classic Leather PM fans were highly satisfied with the comfort it delivered.
  • A couple of commenters said that the sneaker looks adorable when partnered with almost any wardrobe.
  • The low top sneaker’s color scheme astonished a lot of users.
  • Few customers praised the sneaker’s reasonable price.
  • Many users achieved the right kind of fit with the Reebok Classic Leather PM.
  • The shoe was very easy to clean as mentioned by some reviewers.
  • A customer said it was lightweight.
  • One user really loved the baby blue suede accent and exclaimed that it was smooth to touch while adding a bit of a luxurious feel to the shoe.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of consumers were unsatisfied with the smearing of the dye after cleaning it.
  • Less than a handful of users were appalled that the suede changed color after some use.

Bottom line

The Reebok Classics has an endless sea of iterations thanks to its very versatile construction that can be experimented upon exponential times. The Reebok Classic Leather PM is one of those figures that revisits the vintage appeal in contemporary details that blends well with almost anything.

As per usual, the CL Leather showcases top-notch comfort and function in a versatile low top silhouette. The only disadvantage of the sneaker is that the dye tends to smudge and gets dull.


Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Classic Leather
Price: $80
Colorways: Pink
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Women can cop a pair of these Reebok CL Leather PM. They are constructed in a B medium width.

The sporty yet somehow elegant look of the Reebok Classic Leather PM low top had stunned numerous users with its chic color palette and light appeal. Women can partner these with almost any article of clothing they like as long as it blends well with the colorway. The staples would be jeans, jeggings, shorts, Capri pants, and leggings with occasional suiting of summer dresses.

The low top comes in two great colorways which are Stark Gray/Shadow/Rain/Quartz and Pale Pink/Shell Pink/Chalk Pink/Opal. Each shoe comes in a lighter colored toe box with the darker tones surrounding the overlays that wrap the ankle. The top wedge on the BiDensity Shock Protection System also displays the same color blocking as the darker pigments on the upper.

The Reebok Classics franchise owes a bulk of its revenue to the underground loyalists who stayed true to the brand despite the many surfacing of technologically advanced iterations of the present time. From their athletic-specific origins, each sneaker model melded into one gigantic lifestyle blob that had been catering the sneaker minority for quite some time now. It may seem uncanny that the Reebok Classic Leather was one of the designs which spearheaded the movement.

Before there was the Reebok Classic Leather, the then UK-based brand had been introducing various running silhouettes including the Aztec right before Paul Fireman obtained the rights for its North American distribution in 1979. Fireman, who was generally hooked with the Reebok concept, expanded the franchise more and introduced an iteration that caught its competitors off guard.

The Reebok Freestyle filled in a catastrophic footwear pothole for the more feminine portion of the market. It was a massive success that the generated revenue from its sales spawned subsequent models the following year. By 1983, three of the so-called Franchise 5 pieces were already created namely the Freestyle, Ex-O-Fit, and Classic. Though these sneakers were initially built to serve their distinctive purposes, they gradually evolved into icons in the upcoming sneakerhead zeitgeist.

The Reebok Classic Leather would probably be the most universal Reebok sneaker there ever is. Traversing different classes and lifestyles, the original low top runner had seen everything from the catwalk to the resonating enclosures of the trap music scene. It had been remodeled countless times throughout the years and had never shown signs of stopping.

Going for the vintage look had spread like wildfire in 2014, and an act like that would undoubtedly involve the Reebok Classic Leather into its line-up. Obliging to the said phenomenon is the Reebok Classic Leather PM which is destined to strap on the feet of women. Its uppers are color-blocked with chic, nostalgic colors that were painted on soft suede materials.

  • The collar and tongue are lightly padded which extends to the whole sockliner.
  • A die-cut EVA midsole absorbs shock and provides lightweight cushioning.
  • The gum rubber with iconic Reebok Classic treading delivers superb traction and is tainted in the same color as the upper.
  • The upper materials are composed of soft suede.


Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.