11 users: 5 / 5
Base model: Reebok Revenge Plus
Top: Low
Inspired from: Tennis
Collection: Reebok Classics

Verdict from 8 hours of research from the internet

7 reasons to buy

  • The Reebok Revenge Plus TRC is available in neutral colorways that are easy to pair with a myriad of outfits.
  • Its retro design is adored by most consumers and deemed it as stylish and timeless.
  • Comfortable was a word frequently used in describing this pair.
  • Most consumers said that it ran true to size.
  • The shoe can be customized through the brand's official site.
  • Customers who were wide-footed were pleasantly surprised with the kick's sufficient width.
  • Several purchasers mentioned that the shoe's materials and construction are of excellent quality.

1 reasons not to buy

  • One reviewer said that the shoe looked too bulky and wide for his taste.

Bottom line

Despite the boom of technologies in sneakers today classic sneakers that are minimal and simple have been proven to stand the test of time and style. The Reebok Revenge Plus TRC's timeless design with a retro vibe offers precisely this. Its clean and streamlined silhouette transcends trends and easily matches with plenty of ensembles as well.

The shoe's comfort and enduring style go hand in hand with how the kick manages to stay relevant through the years.

The Reebok Revenge Plus TRC is solely offered in men’s sizes that range from 4.5 to 12.5. Ladies who want to cop a pair should go 1.5 sizes down from their standard shoe size. It runs true to size. The shoe features a padded collar for ankle cushioning and comfort.

It doesn't get retro than a vintage silhouette taking inspiration from the 70s and 80's youth culture. The Reebok Revenge Plus TRC features an old-school yet timeless design that will not get out of style ever. Complement the sneaker's retro looks by donning it with oversized acid jeans that are cuffed at the hems and topped off with a striped shirt and a cap. For a more modern athleisure look opt for joggers or skinny jeans and a bomber jacket.

This low-top kick's vintage styling that features contrasting colors on the upper is what most users liked. A suede toecap also adds a stylish detail and texture to the shoe that enhances its overall design.

The Reebok Revenge Plus TRC is an iteration of the iconic Reebok Revenge that was released in 1984. The Revenge was initially a tennis shoe and is a favorite amongst professional tennis players like Michael Chang. The Revenge took design inspiration from a previous tennis model called the Reebok Newport Classic now known as the NPC. Much like the Newport Classic the Revenge Plus was also later renamed as the Club C (C stands for Champion) and featured a more streamlined look.

The Revenge Plus' minimalist yet fashionable design helped catapult the sneaker's popularity across the tennis market onto the casual lifestyle category. Years passed, and the kick had to be shelved but fast-forward to 2016 the brand decided to retro the shoe and reintroduced it in two new colorways: ‘Glen Green' and Collegiate Royal.'

For 2017, the brand decided to look at the UK's Terrace culture for inspiration for their next release called the Reebok Revenge Plus TRC. The shoe derived its design from the British's 70s and 80s youth culture of soccer fandom. It was released in two neutral colorways: white and black.

  • It is offered in Medium width.
  • TRC in the model's official name means Terrace Culture.
  • The shoe features printed sock liner that provides a touch of stylish detail.
  • Its uppers are crafted from leather.
  • The combination of perforation detailing placed on the toe box and mesh tongue provide added breathability.

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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.