121 users: 4.3 / 5
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Royal
Colorways: Beige / Black / Blue / Brown / Purple / White

Verdict from 8.1 hours of research from the internet

9 reasons to buy

  • Nearly all purchasers liked this shoe for its trendy, sleek and modern silhouette.
  • This sneaker looked better in person, some mentioned.
  • Many were amazed at its comfortable feel.
  • Sold at $70, a couple of buyers thought the low-top Reebok Royal Astrostorm was worth more than its actual price due to its superb quality.
  • It is extremely lightweight, several confirmed.
  • The shoe’s soft material was durable enough to withstand intense movements, one Reebok fan observed.
  • A few used this model for working out and were pleased with its performance.
  • The Royal Astrostorm fits true to size for most purchasers.
  • It is available in multicolored and monochromatic hues.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One user complained about its narrow opening.
  • The white pairs got dirty quickly, another buyer griped.
  • The red Reebok Royal Astrostorm looked brighter in person, not many noted.

Bottom line

Flaunting a silhouette uncommonly seen in Reebok’s vast line of lifestyle kicks, fans of the brand can’t help but be dazzled by its unique appearance. Expectations of those who have actually worn it, however, were exceeded as the Royal Astrostorm, despite its affordable price tag, proved to be a model worth recommending for its lightweight construction, durability, top-notch materials not to mention superior comfort.

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Freedom of movement is not going to be a problem with the Reebok Royal Astrostorm’s low-cut profile and cleatie-like construction. Its mesh upper is also overlaid with synthetic from the midfoot to the heel for support and durability. All genders can get a pair. Sizes for men ranges from 4-14 while women’s sizes range from 6-11.

From the gym to the streets, the Royal Astrostorm is ready to make heads turn with its contemporary look that pairs well with both casual and athletic outfits. Available in bright and neutral monochromatic shades, dual tones as well as printed colorways, sneaker addicts won’t have a hard time choosing a pair to match their personality.

This slip-on shoe’s mesh upper with ghillie laces is already eye-catching. Its look, though, is further enhanced with the addition of the shock-absorbing 3D Ultralite midsole. Durable and responsive, this material is also known to be 10-20% lighter than traditional foams. Airflow is also enhanced with the help of the Ortholite insoles. These insoles also wick away unwanted moisture and offer lasting cushioning.

Over a century old Reebok, despite being underrated, beyond doubt has what it takes to compete against sneaker industry’s juggernauts. Established in 1895 under the name the J.W. Foster and Sons, this England native athletic shoe manufacturer has already been producing spiked running kicks even before the famous Dassler brothers conceived the idea.

The brand, to date, remains a household name. Although mainly recognized for their retro creations like the Freestyle and the Classic Leather, as well as their innovative techs like the Pump and the Hexalite cushioning, it is notable that Reebok’s newer designs are steadily getting noticed.

The Royal Collection showcases some of the brand’s current styles. Included on the growing list is the low-top and running-inspired Reebok Royal Astrostorm. Proud of its sporty yet street-ready look and fuss-free construction, this lifestyle footwear is a definite must-have for people who are always on the go.

  • Insoles are removable and can be replaced with orthotics.
  • Its rubber outsole offers reliable traction and grip.
  • Easy on/off is achieved with the help of the tongue and heel loops.
  • For branding, the Reebok logo is embossed on the outsole and synthetic tongue label, debossed on the heel and printed on the insole.

Size and fit

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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.