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Reebok Club C 85 Ice History
In 1985, Reebok released a tennis performance shoe and called it the Reebok Revenge Plus. The brand eventually renamed it to the Reebok Club Champion to suit the sport of tennis better. The shoe exudes a minimal design dressed in mostly white to comply with the strict rules of tennis dress codes during that era. It became an instant hit amongst tennis players and fans alike due to its style, durability, and wallet-friendly price.
Somewhere along the way, Reebok once again changed the pair’s name to a shortened one and called it the Reebok Club C. Then a few years after its release, the shoe, along with other Classics, got shelved due to stiff competition with other brands.
Fast-forward to 2016; the brand wanted to highlight the sport of tennis by digging into their archives. Reebok decided to bring back four of their most iconic tennis sneakers: Phase 1 Pro, NPC, NPC UK, and the Reebok Club C.
Specifically, the Reebok Club C garnered the most attention among the re-released shoes and became popular in the urban community. Famous rappers like Kendrick Lamar and Curren$y have put their own interpretations on the shoe, as well as a couple of brands like the Palace Skateboards, Naked, and Concepts.
The Reebok Club C also received a couple of iterations from the brand’s designers that featured different subtle upgrades. One of them is the Reebok Club C 85 ICE. This shoe dons an iced out blue gum sole that adds a unique look to the overall shoe design.
Reebok Club C 85 Ice Style
The Reebok Club C 85 ICE features a traditional low-top silhouette with leather upper that stays true to its retro appeal. The shoe’s cool ice outsole provides a unique pop of color and style to your casual ensemble. Pair it with casual staples with monochromatic colors to make the sneaker the focal point of your look.
Dress it in shorts, jeans, or joggers for the ultimate laidback-cool sporty outfit.
Fit & Sizing
The shoe is available in men’s sizes only. The gentlemen can choose from sizes 7 to 14, while the ladies who want to cop can go 1.5 sizes down from their normal size. The shoe generally runs true to size.
The Reebok Club C 85 ICE’s upper is made of textile leather as it stays true to its retro style. The shoe features toebox perforations for breathability. The shoe’s collar is padded while the tongue is crafted from mesh for comfort and cushioning. Lastly, the frosted blue gum sole adds a unique touch to the shoe’s overall design.
- The shoe is available in D – Medium width.
- The pair got its “ice” name due to the frosted looking blue outsole.