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7 reasons to buy

  • Many reviewers stated that the Reebok Classic Leather W&W are comfortable on the feet.
  • The colors of the Reebok low-tops got the second most nods from users. 
  • The Classic Leather W&W shoes have a pretty cut and design that sits well on the feet, according to several consumers.
  • The lifestyle kicks by Reebok are well-built and made of quality materials, a number of pleased customers remarked. 
  • The Reebok Classic Leather W&W sneakers run true to size and fit exactly as expected, some delighted buyers enthused.
  • A few testers commented that the low-top footwear provided adequate support.
  • These casual sneakers by Reebok are priced reasonably, one individual was happy to discover.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A few people reported that the Reebok Classic Leather W&W’s colors look darker in person than pictured.

Bottom line

The Classic Leather silhouette has been turning heads since the early 80s, and that hasn’t changed with this contemporary iteration. The comfort remains the same, but the look has been updated to feature a more feminine vibe. The shoes run true to size, the fit is perfect, and the colorways are described as “simply a dream.” The Reebok Classic Leather W&W stays true to its predecessor’s iconic status with the odds all stacked in these stylish kicks’ favor.

Facts

Base model: Reebok Classic Leather
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Classic Leather
Price: $85
Special editions: 46 special editions
Size
Small True to size Large
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Rankings

A top rated sneaker
A top rated Reebok sneaker
It has never been more popular than this April

The Reebok Classic Leather W&W is a women’s silhouette, available in measurements ranging from 3 to 11. The sizing is spot on, and the fit is adjustable through the traditional lace closure system the shoes utilize. Padded collars and soft linings lend to the comfortable feel of these kicks.

Wear them sporty or wear them chic, whichever way you choose, the Reebok Classic Leather W&W won’t fail to give your outfit a dose of stylish flair. For a hint of sporty vibe, match your casual kicks with yoga pants and a long-sleeved sweatshirt. Add a hint of glam by pairing your sneakers with a minidress and a streamlined jacket.

Decades have come and gone yet the Reebok Classic Leather’s charm has not diminished. This latest iteration of that iconic silhouette updates the charm to produce a prettier and more feminine feel. Once a legend in running, the Reebok Classic Leather W&W is now an icon in style.

The Reebok Classic Leather W&W (Weathered and Washed) comes from a distinguished silhouette that became popular in the 80s—the Classic Leather. The Classic Leather was a runner that was known for its clean lines and superior performance in the sport. The original shoes had toebox perf details and uppers made of luxe garment leather. Because of its elegant looks, the silhouette would endear itself to the fashion world as well and enjoy hip-hop culture icon status.

  • The Reebok Classic Leather W&W features uppers made of plush suede leather. The shoes also contain two-toned molded EVA midsoles for absorbing shock and abrasion-resistant rubber outsoles.
  • Perforation details adorn the toebox of these kicks for design and enhanced ventilation. The Reebok logo with the Union Jack flag adorns the sides of the shoes while the Reebok Starcrest can be seen on the tongues.

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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.

daniel@runrepeat.com