Verdict from 51 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The majority of the reviewers adore the retro looks of the Reebok Mobius OG MU.
  • A number of purchasers have commended the sneaker's materials for having excellent quality.
  • It is among the Reebok sneakers that deliver adequate comfort that is enjoyed by a large percentage of users.
  • Some buyers enjoy the shoe’s tall profile that provides excellent ankle support and stability.
  • One commenter appreciates that the laces have the proper length for the number of eyelets, making the shoe more comfortable to use as the laces aren't too long nor too short.
  • Given its comfort, quality, and aesthetic, a number of consumers think that the Reebok Mobius OG MU is reasonably priced.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The Reebok Mobius OG MU is a little bit heavy, according to a few reviewers.
  • Some have mentioned that shoe breathability could be improved in the Mobius OG MU.

Bottom line

The Mobius OG MU is an unreleased silhouette from the 90s and Reebok has chosen the best time to release it. It proves to be a sure-fire hit among consumers who love old-school basketball aesthetic sneakers

Ultimately, if you're into the 90's style and want to amp up your sneaker collection or stand out from the crowd without compromising on comfort and functionality, then the Reebok Mobius OG MU might be worth the try.

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Good to know

The Reebok Mobius OG MU is available in men’s sizing. Since it is a unisex sneaker, women can still cop a pair by getting 1.5 sizes down from their standard shoe size to achieve their exact fit. 

Inspired by high-top basketball shoes, this sneaker showcases a tall silhouette with a traditional lace-up closure. Its lace-up system utilizes a combination of loop and traditional eyestays for a comfortably snug fit.

Seemingly possessed by the 90's eclectic and sporty style, the Reebok Mobius OG MU sneakers exude a retro basketball aesthetic that's perceived to be trendy today. Its bold silhouette bathed in contrasting colors provides an eye-catching design that could elevate your look and make you stand out from the crowd.

Men's ensembles could use a little hint of a blast from the past style through the addition of this kick's cool looks. For an all-out 90s outfit try pairing this kick with basketball shorts, high socks, baseball jersey, and topped off with a cap. Opt for a pair of dark jeans, T-shirt layered with a coat and accessorized with a chain necklace and a cap for a dressier look.

Ladies who love a good sporty or streetwear look would enjoy styling the Reebok Mobius OG MU as well. For a vintage sporty yet feminine look, match this kick with high-waisted denim pants and cropped top accessorized with hoop earrings and a turban. Try dressing it in cute bib overalls with long sleeve top for an effortlessly cool 90s ensemble.

Aesthetic-wise, the Reebok Mobius OG MU's 90s basketball shoe-inspired design is what captured most consumers' attention. Embellished with bold zigzag waves, bathed in bright and contrasting colors, and finished with Reebok logos throughout the shoe make for a 90s sneaker through and through.

Performance-wise, what stands out is this kick's mid-top profile as it provides excellent ankle support and stability. Heritage Hexalite foam is also applied in the heel and forefoot areas for targeted cushioning and optimal comfort. Overall, the Reebok Mobius OG MU shoes' 90s design with modern day comfort offers some sort of functional nostalgia that makes this kick noteworthy.

The 90s was indeed the golden era for footwear designs. From aesthetic to technologies, most creations were completely new, unique, unseen, and ultra-innovative. During the mid part of the said decade, Reebok introduced the Mobius range - a collection of flashy and outrageously designed footwear that incorporated inspiration from various sports categories under a common bold aesthetic.

Throughout the decade the brand established a powerhouse roster of basketball stars. Talents like "The Diesel" Shaquille O'Neal, Frank Thomas, and the "Reign Man" Shawn Kemp were a few who signed to partner up with Reebok. Each player went on to release his own signature sneaker models. With Kemp's Reebok Kamikaze I and II, Shaq's Shaqnosis, Thomas' Reebok Big Hurt, and Nick Van-Exel's The Blast, Reebok gained its place as one of the major contenders in the sports industry during the 90s.

On August 3, 2018, a new Reebok silhouette emerged. Dubbed as the Reebok Mobius OG MU, the shoe was mainly inspired by 90s basketball shoes. Elements derived from the Kamikaze, Shaqnosis, Blast, Avenger, and Big Hurt were evident in this never before seen model. According to Reebok designer Xavier Jones, the shoe is an homage to the mid-90s and the Mobius design language.

The mid-top Reebok Mobius OG MU shoes were introduced through a campaign video set in Harlem, New York – home to street basketball since the 1950s. The sneaker was released with matching tracksuits.

Colorways of this kick are the following: white/collegiate navy/red, black/white/snowy grey, black/white/spearmint /team purple/bright orange, scarlet/white/black, and two-tone black/white/ pigment purple.

  • Its upper is crafted with synthetic nubuck overlays, synthetic leather underlays, and a mesh tongue.
  • Perforations are placed on the upper's sidewalls for added breathability.
  • Heel pull-tabs are provided as aids for easier on and off.
  • Its slightly padded collar and tongue offer enhanced comfort.
  • Some consumers have different names for this shoe. 
  • The OG in the shoe's official name means ‘Original.'


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