Verdict from 26 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Multiple critics share in their reviews that the Reebok Club C Revenge Plus is great for different styles and it is easy to wear with any outfit.
  • Many reviewers are appreciative of the quality of the materials of this sneaker from Reebok.
  • A good number of users say that the Club C Revenge Plus shoe delivers excellent comfort on foot.
  • This low-top sneaker offers firm support as one commenter mentions.
  • Some fans of the Club C sneakers agree that they love this version of the classic.
  • One buyer is very happy with the purchase, saying that the sneaker lived up to their expectation.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A few reviewers mention in their review that the Adidas Club C Revenge Plus may need a little time to break-in. 

Bottom line

This 80s tennis-style sneaker that showcases a classic appeal, the Reebok Club C Revenge Plus offers great style for wearers to stay fashionable on the streets. Staying loyal to its roots, it naturally delivers style versatility that makes it a good shoe for everyday use. The Club C Revenge Plus doesn’t disappoint as well when it comes to comfort with its top-quality materials, earning appreciation from buyers.

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Good to know

Enclosed with the traditional lace-up system, the Reebok Club C Revenge Plus provides a secure lockdown yet adjustable fit for your foot. It also offers more freedom for ankle movement with its low-top profile, allowing you to move swiftly when needed. The Club C Revenge Plus sneaker is available in both men’s and women’s sizing.

A tennis-inspired sneaker that pulled-off the modern-retro style, the Reebok Club C Revenge Plus conveys a nice throwback look mixed with some modern touch. With its leather upper, the clean silhouette fits in well in the streets as it also expresses its style flexibility.

The versatility of the Club C Revenge Plus allows you to stay decently stylish on various occasions. A simple t-shirt, jeans, joggers, shorts, goes well with this shoe. Whether you want to keep things casual, opt for a sporty look, or you want to step it up for a semi-formal style, this pair of 80s tennis-inspired sneaker complements your attire with its whole attractive retro appeal.

Exhibiting the 80s tennis sneakers style, the Reebok Club C Revenge Plus naturally delivers the characteristic of the sport of tennis through a clean vintage-looking silhouette.  The sneaker features a low-top profile with its upper made in tumbled leather for an exceptionally soft feel. To complete its retro style, it is finished off with the contrasting signature Reebok side stripes. It is finished off with the high-abrasion rubber outsole.

Founded in England by two brothers, Joe Foster and Jeff Foster, in 1958 with the aim of continuing their family tradition which is to create the best and functional athletic footwear. Over the years, the brand continuously produced top-quality and top-performing sportswear products with boldness in adapting to different technological innovations.

Eventually, the brand transitioned naturally from the standard sportswear to fitness wear. Reebok dives into its archive to unearth signature sneakers that have been buried deep and update them for retro releases. Multiple retro sneakers that graced the spotlight in the 80s have been introduced by the brand and among them is the Reebok Club C.

Reebok introduced the Club C Revenge as the re-issue of the classic which displays a tennis-inspired design. Another retro release for Club C is the Reebok Club C Revenge Plus which also sports the tennis-style sneaker design. The low-top sneaker is built with tumbled leather for a soft feel. 

  • Reebok branding on the tongue, heel, and side of the sneaker.
  • The Reebok Club C Revenge Plus comes in multiple colorways such as the White/Chalk, Reebok Navy/Green/Chalk, and the Chalk/Red/Black.
  • Perforations on the toe box area of the sneaker.

Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.