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We spent 9 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

8 reasons to buy

  • Majority of positive comments about the shoe mentioned the Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice’s superior comfort level. One consumer said she wore them for almost 12 hours straight and felt no discomfort at all.
  • One person with a bad knee said the shoe helps him walk up and down steps without any pain and it makes a big difference when he uses the shoe for walking. Another person who has diabetes said the shoe’s cushiony insole has helped him walk as much as his doctor had requested.
  • The price of the shoe got a lot of appreciative nods from customers. Comments ranged from “Worth every penny” to “You can’t beat the price.”
  • A significant number of users found the design of the Classic Renaissance Ice appealing. Several of them mentioned that the shoe reminded them of throwback days and that “no one does throwbacks better than Reeboks.”
  • The shoe’s design was described by many as “clean.” One of them noted that he liked the ice blue trim on the bottom of the shoe while another said it added a nice flair to the shoe.
  • Several reviewers like the plush cushioning of the insole which they said made their feet feel securely wrapped.
  • Some purchasers reported that they found the shoe’s color combination as beautiful. They also added that their pairs came in exactly as pictured and expected.
  • The shoe is durable according to a buyer. He said it is a very good choice for walking or gym workouts.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Several users complained that the Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice’s is too narrow and tight. They recommended going up at least half a size higher especially if your feet are wide.
  • The shoe needs to be stretched out some first before it would become completely comfortable, a user said.
  • One buyer was displeased that her shoe started turning yellow after only a month’s wear. She wrote that the laces and tongue stayed white but other parts of the upper became discolored.
  • The shoe does not have enough arch support, according to a consumer. He added that his feet felt like they were rotating inward.
  • A reviewer was annoyed that his pair made a slight squeaking noise whenever he walked.

Bottom line

For a reasonable price, comfort and style can be yours. The Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice has a plush cushioned insole that gives the wearer a snug and comfortable fit, perfect for doing everything from errand running to working out. The shoe is built a bit narrow so may not be ideal for people with wide feet unless they go up half a size higher.


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Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice History

Silhouettes in the Reebok Classic line first started out as an athletic footwear but have evolved into what is now called athleisure shoes. It started with the Reebok Classic Leather which was launched in 1983 as a running shoe. It was a performance-based shoe but was created with a style-conscious audience in mind. Since then, the Classic brand has launched various technically-detailed and functional shoes that were able to cross the gap between fashion and sports.

The Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice comes from this iconic line. Its clean silhouette is as timely now as it was when it first launched. The shoe combines tradition, style, and comfort into a neat updated and modern package.

Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice Style

Old-school meets contemporary best describes the Classic Renaissance Ice. The clean and classic design coupled with modern details ensures an easy pairing with most casual to semi-casual clothes in your wardrobe. Wear it with simple tees and jeans or shorts for weekend outings. You can also top off your outfit with a streamlined jacket for a smarter look.

Fit & Sizing

This classic low-top shoe is offered in both men’s and women’s sizes. For women, sizes range from 5 to 11. For men, the sizes are from 5 to 14 with half-sizes up to 11.5. Buyers, especially those with wide feet,  may need to go up at least half a size higher for a better fit.

Notable Features

Aside from the shoe’s timeless retro look, another notable feature is its Memory Tech foam sockliner which gives it a premium feel and enhances comfort. A Starcrest label woven on the tongue gives a nod to the Reebok Classic Renaissance Ice’s heritage.

Additional Info

  • A die-cut EVA midsole provides another layer of cushioning for the shoe.
  • The shoe features a beveled heel to improve comfort when walking.
  • The shoe’s construction is made up of a leather upper, rubber outsole, and a fabric lining.