Size and fit

Carrying the standard fit of its originator, the Reebok Royal Techque T LX is offered in medium width. The low-top sneaker is available in both men’s and women’s sizing. For the women’s version, the sizes range from size 5 US to 11 US while the men’s Reebok Royal Techque T LX sizes go from size 3.5 US to size 13 US.

Reebok Royal Techque T LX Style

Designed for casual wear and suitable for an everyday shoe, the Reebok Royal Techque T LX sneakers exhibit quite a sophisticated appearance with its luxurious update. Its low-top profile enables it to stay trendy and it brings out the versatile character of the sneaker.

It fits well in the streets with its fashion-forward appeal yet it also delivers some sense of formality that allows it to work well with semi-formal occasions. With the shoe’s flexibility, one can wear them from just running errands to having a coffee meeting with some clients.

Notable Features

Covered in soft leather upper material, the Reebok Royal Techque T LX shoes showcase a clean, elegant image. The low-top sneaker also displays its sleek and classic appearance which pays tribute to its originator. Its design is finished off with rubber sole, giving an “ultra clean” finish to the shoe.

Reebok Royal Techque T LX History

Stretching back into the 1900s, Joseph William Foster put up J.W. Foster. It was during that time that he developed the preliminary designs for running shoes that feature the spikes. Years later, Foster’s sons joined him in his venture, and the name of his company was changed into J.W. Foster and Sons.

In the year 1958, Reebok was established by two of the grandchildren of Foster, Jeff and Joe. Reebok was a “companion company” of the J.W. Foster and Sons. The notable name of the company was inspired from the grey rhebok antelope from Africa.

The year that the Rebook brand came into the United States was in 1978. By 1981, Paul Fireman, an American businessman, bought the brand and it was him who made a successful introduction of Reebok into the U.S. market. The revenue of the brand increased and hit the million-dollar mark. That success drove Reebok to produce high-quality and high-performance silhouettes that some have become its highly sought-after classics.

In the year 2011, a new product line that offers contemporary yet affordable silhouettes was introduced by Reebok. The product line is known as the “Royal Flag” series. A variety of footwear products that is suitable for both sports and lifestyle categories was issued through the line and it exhibits stylish designs that combine the retro-inspired looks with up-to-date elements.

The Reebok Royal Techque T was inspired by the brand’s archive of tennis silhouettes which delivers a timeless appeal of leather handiwork. A variation for this model was also introduced by the brand which was known as the Reebok Royal Techque T LX that delivers a rather luxurious appeal and feeling for the wearer.

Additional Info

  • The Reebok Royal Techque T LX displays a traditional lace-up closure system.
  • A high abrasion, wrap-around rubber outsole is featured on the shoe which delivers traction and durability.
  • The Reebok logo is framed with layered leather materials just near the laces.
  • Reebok branding is found on the tongue and heel.
  • This shoe is available in different hues including cold grey/classic white, black/white/jewelry and orange/desert dust/chalk pink/white/silver.

Facts / Specs

Base model: Reebok Royal Techque T
Top: Low
Inspired from: Tennis
Collection: Reebok Royal
Colorways: White / Black / Beige / Blue / Grey
SKUs: BS9093 / CM9775 / CM9780 / CN0438 / CN3205 / CN3206 / CN4530 / CN4531 / CN4532 / CN7423

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Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.