Size and fit

The low-top Reebok men’s DMX Run 10 has a corded lace front closure and pull tabs found on heel and tongue for easy on/off. It has EVA in its midsole to deliver lightweight and comfortable cushioning. The brand added a pull tab on the heel and tongue to aid wearers in putting on and off this pair with ease.

Reebok DMX Run 10 Style

The low-top Reebok DMX Run 10 sneaker features an athletic design with a lifestyle comfort. Its upper is made of premium suede, nylon, or leather highlighted with remarkable details throughout the shoe. Meanwhile, the translucent outsole displays the DMX chamber cushioning system to enhance comfort while providing a fashionable flair.

This sneaker displays a retro yet futuristic design, a reflection of the 90s fashion. Its chunky profile provides a look that is way ahead of its time, a style apt for the popular dad shoe trend in current sneaker culture. Reebok introduced several colorways of the DMX Run 10 in the market, giving its followers a wide range to choose from:

  Reebok DMX Run 10 infinity blue

Considered one of the OG colorways, this sneaker features a fusion of blue, white, and green on the upper seated atop a translucent icy rugged outsole. 

  Reebok DMX Run 10 white and gold

The all-white leather upper is adorned with gold metal hardware added with the metallic Reebok logo on the heel quarter. 

  Reebok DMX Run 10 all white

This all-white sneaker was unveiled in the market together with other Reebok sneaker models, the Reebok Question Low, Reebok Workout Plus, Reebok Classic Leather, Reebok Workout Mid, Reebok Twilight Zone Pump, Reebok Exo-Fit Hi, and the Reebok Phase 1.

  Reebok DMX Run 10 hunter green

This green kick is made of suede upper with ripstop nylon details added with reflective elements to give a hunting-ready appeal. The milky white outsole, meanwhile, boosts the appeal suitable for the spring season. 

This chunky sneaker gives a modern rendition to the dad/ugly sneaker of the current trend. Most fashionistas who are into bold kicks can be seen sporting this with jeans, joggers, shorts and even with activewear.  

Notable Features

The 90s inspired colorways and bulky profile make this pair a real head-turner. It features well-padded collar and tongue with a plump rubber outsole, an authentic reminiscent of the fashion during the 90s era. Another notable feature is the presence of ice rubber outsole that displays a semi-translucent effect design giving a retro yet futuristic feel to this silhouette.

Reebok DMX Run 10 History

Back in 1997, Reebok released the DMX Run 10 that features the DMX technology. This tech is a system that lets air run through the linked pods attached at the bottom of the shoe. The air is transferred with each step to release energy and deliver stability. The DMX technology was also seen in Allen Iverson’s sneakers.

The DMX Run 10 was self-proclaimed to be “the best running shoe in the history of the world.” This shoe brags about its futuristic look, that is way ahead of its time, aesthetically. It features breathable upper that is made of mesh and nylon, ballistic mudguard, DMX cushioning and translucent carbon rubber outsole.

The Reebok Classics re-launched the DMX Run 10 in 2012 to celebrate its 20th birthday. It features an athleisure style that is suitable for casual events. This classic design features colorways that were inspired by the 90s fashion. It contains durable materials on the upper with futuristic details that deliver exceptional comfort and style.  

This retro iteration has undergone a colorful journey since it was re-launched, which paved the way for many OG colorways to return and as well as partnerships with various brands and retailers. Here are few of the most recent collaborative capsules unveiled in the market:

  KICKS LAB x Reebok DMX Run 10

One of the favorite Japanese retailers called KICKS LAB collaborated with Reebok to give their rendition of the DMX silhouette. The brand gave an earth tone to this classic running kick giving rise to the colorway inspired by the landscape of the desert.

  Sneakersnstuff x Reebok DMX Run 10

The Sneakersnstuff easily turned big in the sneakers world after its exclusive collaboration with major brands such as Nike, Adidas, Converse, and many others. In 2018, SNS and Reebok teamed up to come up with a unique take on the classic DMX Run 10 inspired by their first retail shop.

  Extra Butter x Reebok DMX Run 10

New York-based retailer called Extra Butter collaborated with Reebok giving rise to a DMX Run 10 sneaker inspired by the movie Predator. This unique kick is highlighted with hunt-ready prints giving its onlookers reminiscent elements of the 1987's sci-fi movie.

  Atmos x Reebok DMX Run 10

After the Instapump Fury collab, atmos overhauled the DMX Run 10 by draping the upper with a black hue, added with vibrant details on its translucent rubber outsole. This kick also has reflective piping useful when used during the low lights.

  Cam'Ron x Reebok DMX Run 10

After using the Ventilator Supreme, the duo used the DMX Run 10 to give a new spin to the retro kick. The all-black upper was inspired by the Harlem Nights added with fish scales details and pony hair elements.

Additional Info

  • The materials on the upper of the Reebok DMX Run 10 are made of pigskin Nubuck and nylon materials.
  • It has reflective details throughout the shoe for visibility during the low lights.
  • It contains the DMX 10 Air Chamber technology. The DMX 10 tech is composed of ten linked chambers that are filled with air. The air can move freely between the chambers to reinforce the foot movement.


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