Who should buy the Reebok Club C 85 Vintage

The Reebok Club C 85 Vintage is a low-top sneaker with a traditional lace-up closure and classic design based on the iconic Reebok Club C 85. This shoe is for you if:

  • You're into kicks of the yesteryears that work well with a variety of casual shorts and pants.
  • Sneakers with a tennis shoe silhouette are your thing.
  • You need a flaunt-worthy Reebok pair that costs less than most.

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Who should not buy it

If you're someone who walks and stands pretty much all day, trade the Club C 85 Vintage for the more supportive and cushier Adidas Stan Smith Boost. You might also want to opt for the knit Skechers Ultra Flex if you despise creases on your kicks.

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The Club C 85 Vintage's tongue-tying comfort

Numerous users are quite satisfied with the extreme comfort level of the Reebok Club C 85 Vintage. The likely main culprit in this regard is the sneaker's supple collar.

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Craftsmanship at its core

Purchasers say that the overall quality of this shoe is excellent, especially because of its leather upper.

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Reebok Club C 85 Vintage: A crease-magnet

Its stylish upper develops wrinkles around the forefoot flex point too soon, less than a handful of reviewers say.

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Welcome to the vintage club

Many sneakerheads are pleased that the Reebok Club C 85 Vintage sneaker looks just as expected. They love its classic appeal.

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Stunning in person

Buyers adore the shoe's actual looks versus its semblance in online images.

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Pairs with everything

The style of this shoe is nice and suits anything, according to reviewers. Some of them highly recommend this pair because of this.

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Not for super-long walks

The Club C 85 Vintage, according to a few wear-testers, doesn't have a lasting support system underfoot.

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For the thrifty

Many purchasers find this kick super affordable. They say it's among Reebok's cheapest sneakers.

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Time and the Club C 85 Vintage

Initially dropped in 1985, the Reebok Club C was basically a more or less re-titled version of the Reebok Revenge Plus. The C stands for Champion. It is a tennis shoe designed to comply with the tennis courts’ dress codes—minimal design and mostly white.

Reebok Club C 85 Vintage past

Like other classics, the Reebok Club C was also pulled off the shelves for a short period. But fast forward to February 2016, Reebok brought back the vintage look through the Club C 85 Vintage for the silhouette’s 30th anniversary.

It was initially released in two colorways, the Green and Collegiate Blue, featuring a clean, subtle look in an overall chalk-colored upper. It also received an upgrade through an injection-molded EVA midsole for improved support and cushioning and a highly abrasion-proof rubber outsole for longevity.

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Reebok Club C 85 vs. Reebok Club C 85 Vintage

One striking difference between the Reebok Club C 85 Vintage sneaker and its core model, the Reebok Club C 85, is its overall throwback look, which overflows with timeless charisma. While the Club C 85 shoe boasts a myriad of hues, the Club C 85 Vintage, on the other hand, revels in its chalk-like finish regardless of colorway.

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Facts / Specs

Base model: Reebok Club C 85
Style: Retro, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Tennis
Collection: Reebok Club C, Reebok Club C 85, Reebok Classics
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, EVA, Cup Sole

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Sheena

Sheena is a wordsmith turned sneaker addict. Her sneaker fixation intensified as her passion for writing grew. A hands-on mom of two sweet yet spunky kids (plus three dogs and two cats), she finds solitude in leafing through shoe catalogs to find the next "it" sneaker. Scrutinizing hugely popular and underrated kicks is her favorite pastime.