We spent 7.3 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

9 reasons to buy

  • The simple style of the low-top Reebok Princess EB was perceived by many as pretty, elegant and trendy.
  • Most were pleased with the various color options available for this model.
  • The majority expressed pleasure with this lifestyle sneaker’s soft and comfy feel.
  • A few used this for long walks as well as traveling and were happy with its performance.
  • Several were impressed with the quality of the materials used on the upper and sole of the Princess EB.
  • This training-inspired Reebok shoe goes well with a wide array of outfits, according to a significant number of buyers.
  • At least one said that this sneaker works great as an autumn/winter shoe.
  • It is inexpensive.
  • One especially liked its round-shaped toe box.

5 reasons not to buy

  • It fits slightly tight, less than a handful revealed.
  • Some said the Reebok Princess EB runs a little big lengthwise.
  • It is not breathable, a few advised.
  • Some hues look different in-person compared to the pictures online, not many observed.
  • At least one thought this shoe is difficult to clean and to keep clean.

Bottom line

Over three decades have passed, and the Princess has remained a fashion staple. Its simple and clean silhouette looks stylish to date. Flaunting a soft suede upper, the newer version dubbed as the Reebok Princess EB boasts elegance in every way.

Despite the update in material, this shoe continues to be pocket-friendly. As such, Reebok supporters often perceive the change as a bonus. A few, though, have noticed the slight modification in its construction. This alteration, however, seemed somewhat unimportant for some.


Base model: Reebok Princess
Top: Low
Inspired from: Training
Collection: Reebok Classics
Price: $85
Colorways: Beige, Black, Blue, Green, Pink
Special editions: 2 special editions
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Sufficient ankle mobility and support can be expected from the Princess EB’s all-suede upper. Its somewhat narrow construction offers ample toe space as well. Wide-footed sneaker queens, though, may consider getting a pair at least a half size up for a more comfortable fit. The sizes for this women’s exclusive range from 5-12.

Already a stunner with its minimally-styled silhouette, the low-top Reebok Princess EB looks even more attractive and sophisticated with its suede upper. Its simple design complements well with a variety of casual and sporty outfits including joggers, t-shirt dresses, tights and denim.

Just like its leather equivalent, the Reebok Princess EB is equipped with an EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning. Ortholite insoles are also featured. Apart from being lightweight and breathable, it is also known for its ability to wick away moisture.

Following the successful release of the 1982 Reebok Freestyle, the first sneaker exclusively designed for women, the brand came up with streamlined versions of the said model. This includes the Rhapsody, the Dutchess, the Empress and the equally iconic Princess. All four shared an almost identical silhouette except for a change in color trim.

Making a debut in the year 1983, the Princess made heads turn with its sleek, simple design. Often available in black and white, this athletic sneaker soon became the go-to work footwear for cashiers, waitresses and other professionals in need of a comfortable everyday shoe. The Princess was seen, later on, in other colorways including blue and pink. It was also available in wide widths.

Over the years, this ubiquitous model, which was frequently seen in department stores and boutiques, somehow lost its shine when its genuine leather upper was changed to a synthetic-made fabric. The shoe, though, remained popular despite the revision.

A variety of variations were introduced afterward, the low-top Princess EB included. A part of the Elevated Basics pack released by the brand where renowned vintage kicks including the Classic Leather were revamped with premium materials, the Princess’ look was enhanced when its upper was switched from leather to suede.

  • Toe box and sides are perforated to improve airflow.
  • Its durable rubber outsole offers ample traction.
  • Fit can be refined with the help of the traditional lacing system.
  • For branding, an inset logo is displayed on the lateral side. The Reebok wordmark is also debossed on the heel, embroidered on the tongue label and embossed on the undersole.


Danny McLoughlin

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