Verdict from 35 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • According to a number of commenters, this slip-on provides sufficient support.
  • The majority of the shoppers have praised the DMX Run 10 Slip’s refined design.
  • A few of the buyers mentioned that it was the color combinations that enticed them to secure a pair.
  • The sneaker provides ample comfort, as stated by some purchasers.
  • Many of its wearers are recommending the shoe because of its overall features.
  • For a reviewer, how the zipper was incorporated into the footwear’s style is impressive.
  • Quality is among the highlights of this slip-on from Reebok, as per a customer.
  • Its upper construction, as commented by a consumer, is very stretchable.

2 reasons not to buy

  • There are a couple of customers who thought that the pricing of the DMX Run 10 Slip was slightly too high.
  • Some users feel that the ankle feels too tight when the side zipper is fully zipped.

Bottom line

The slip-on rendition of the classic DMX Run 10 does not disappoint. This running-inspired silhouette has an eye-catching aesthetic while delivering the essentials such as comfort and support. 

Users will have an easy time putting on and off the shoe because of the slip-on construction and the side zipper.  Its price may come as too much for some, but the attributes of the Reebok DMX Run 10 Slip make it a great addition to anyone’s shoe rack.

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Fit & Sizing

The low-top Reebok DMX Run 10 Slip is available in men’s sizing. It has a slip-on entry and side zipper that provide wearers with a hassle-free foot entry and exit. Flexibility and breathability are expected because of the textile upper.

The athleisure continues to be the most popular style in the sneaker genre. With Reebok casual shoes, wearers are offered with a mix of modern innovations with a throwback design. Elements such as the sleek brandings on the tongue and sides do not look forced. Instead, it adds to the shoe’s overall flair.

Pairing these sneakers with fitted jeans or shorts should flesh out the visually-pleasing looks even more. If looking for a laidback vibe, pair the shoe with loose jeans, a plain-colored shirt, and a sport-inspired cap.

The iconic 90s style and the right amount of contemporary enhancements is the essence of the Reebok DMX 10 Run Slip. With its DMX moving-air cushioning tech, users can expect a stable ride. People who are used to having orthotics will not have any issues with the sneaker as its EVA foam insole is removable. In addition to the slip-on construction and side zipper, the pull heel tab also delivers a hassle-free on and off wear.

The DMX tech has been part of Reebok’s arsenal since 1997. It features a system that allows air to pass through the connected pods, which is located at the shoe’s bottom. The air collected with each step offers energy release and foot stability. This tech was prominently used in the AI’s sneaker line, the signature shoes of former NBA superstar and Hall of Famer Allen Iverson.

Reebok utilized the tech into its self-proclaimed the “best running shoe in history,” the DMX Run 10. It showcases a uniquely-looking design that was regarded as futuristic. The mix of mesh and nylon upper, translucent rubber outsole, and other design accents have captivated many runners. Because of its popularity, subsequent Reebok DMX Run 10 sneakers have been released over the years.

In 2017, the Reebok Classics re-introduced the vintage running silhouette to celebrate its 20th anniversary. One year after, a revamped slip-on version was introduced. The Reebok DMX Run 10 Slip sneaker is a modern take on the classic footwear with its updated details and materials. Despite the changes, it wouldn’t be difficult to identify it as part of the DMX Run 10 collection.

  • The colorway College Navy / White / Carotene features an icy rubber outsole, which is commonly-used on several iconic basketball sneakers.
  • Another colorway available is the Black / White / Collegiate Navy.

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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.