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Base model: Reebok Freestyle Hi
Top: High
Inspired from: Training
Collaboration: Moussy
Collection: Reebok Freestyle
Price: $95
Special editions: 5 special editions
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Sleek and oozing with the limited edition vibe, the Reebok Freestyle Hi Nova x Moussy women’s high tops are a thing of beauty and comfort. Extending the collar to an ankle-high length provides more stability, which also pays a nod to the original purpose of the sneaker.

With an extensive lace-up enclosure, these Reebok Freestyle Hi Nova x Moussy also comes with a well-padded collar. Of course, a vintage women’s sneaker like this can be sported by the ladies in a variety of sizes ranging from 5 to 12, including half sizes.

With a sizeable lace-up enclosure, these Reebok Freestyle Hi Nova x Moussy classics replaces the old-fashioned Reebok window box on the vamp with a MOUSSY print. The same Moussy logo is also located on the tongue underneath the Reebok insignia.

These Reebok Freestyle Hi Nova x Moussy hi-tops should blend well with leggings, jeggings, Capri pants, and all the sporty apparel that a lady could possibly imagine. There are some limitations like more formal clothing like slacks and stuff, but who are we to stop you right?

Much of the Freestyle’s assembly was not changed much in these high tops except for the scattered Reebok branding on the suede upper. Another change-up was the Moussy logos found on the tongue and the supposed to be window box on the vamp.

This UK-born brand, Reebok, started their roots as the very first suppliers of rubber-bound footwear in the late 1800s. Initially established as J. W. Foster and Sons, the concurrent sportswear giant transitioned to running in the 1950s and has been waving the Reebok flag ever since.

From their roots of running, Reebok took a metamorphic turn when its distributing rights were bought by Paul Fireman alongside a California sales rep named Angel Martinez. Martinez noticed the growing disparity for female aerobic footwear during a visiting session to her wife’s gym class. He pitched the idea to Fireman, and the Reebok Freestyle was born in 1982.

Ever since its debut, the Freestyle had experienced numerous renditions and mergers with sneaker boutiques throughout the world. One of those was a specific Japanese brand named Moussy as seen in the Reebok Freestyle Hi Nova x Moussy.

  • Underfoot cushioning is provided by the rubber cupsole.
  • Velvety suede wrapped the sneaker’s whole upper and topped off with leather overlays.
  • Its sockliners are removable to accommodate orthotics.