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6 reasons to buy

  • Several reviewers were impressed with the pattern and color of the Reebok Furylite NP.
  • This Neon Pop version of the Furylite is comfortable, stated by the majority of buyers.
  • This shoe is perceived stylish by some reviewers.
  • The majority of reviewers noted the fit of this shoe as true to size.
  • This is an affordable low top sneaker.
  • Most reviewers said that they would highly recommend this Reebok sneaker to anyone.

2 reasons not to buy

  • One reviewer commented that the laces of the Reebok Furylite NP tend to rub against the feet.
  • Limited colorways are available for this iteration of the Furylite.

Bottom line

A combination of lightweight comfort and edgy style is what makes this Neon Pop iteration of the classic Reebok Furylite an eye-catching low-top sneaker. Released in 2016 in three colorways, the floral-printed upper with contrasting side walls and the speckled midsole are just a confirmation of its stylish look.

The majority of reviewers also agreed to its excellent fit and comfort, and its affordable price is considered a plus.


Base model: Reebok Furylite
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Fury
Price: $90
Colorways: Black, Green, Grey
Special editions: 9 special editions
Small True to size Large
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This Neon Pop version of the Reebok Furylite is also a low-top running-inspired sneaker that allows freedom of foot movement and faster heel to toe transitions. There are pull tabs present both on the tongue and heel for easy on/off wearing.

The Reebok Furylite NP comes in men’s sizing from 4 to 13 in D Medium width. Half sizes are also available.

The Reebok Furylite NP is a low-top sneaker based on a running shoe silhouette. It comes in multicolored floral-printed upper contrasted by tonal sidewalls in either gray, navy, or khaki. An added touch is the white midsole with speckled details. Perfect for Spring, this Reebok Furylite iteration can be worn with shorts or slim-fitting jeans for an on-trend style. 

Similar to the original Furylite silhouette, the Furylite NP features the signature cutouts on the sides and the bungee type of lacing. The edgy feature is placed not only for aesthetic reasons but also to allow better foot ventilation.

However, what makes this Neon Pop version different from the original Furylite and its other iterations is the neon pops of floral-patterned textile upper with leather overlays and the speckled midsole.

The Reebok Furylite first released in 2015 as a trimmed-down version of the iconic silhouette from Reebok, the Reebok InstaPump Fury. It was designed as a slimmer and much lighter shoe by taking away the Pump feature. It highlights a bungee type of lacing system, a mesh upper for breathable and lightweight comfort, and a 3D Ultralight outsole.

In April 2016, Reebok launched a new iteration of the Furylite through the “Neon Pop” pack. Named officially as the Reebok Furylite NP, the running-inspired silhouette comes in three new colorways with neon pops of floral-patterned textile upper, speckled midsole, and leather overlays making it a perfect pair of kicks for casual wear.

  • The removable sockliner is cushioned for extra step-in comfort.
  • Leather overlays are visible on the textile upper for durability and support.
  • The high abrasion rubber outsole is featured for traction.
  • Also featured is a die-cut EVA midsole for shock-absorption cushioning.
  • Reebok brandings are visible on the tongue and heel.


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