The Reebok Sole Fury SE casual shoes are offered in both men’s and women’s sizes . Having a low-top design, the sneaker allows the ankle to have a full range of motion. Its stretchy mesh upper holds the foot snugly while following each transition while an asymmetrical lacing system locks in the foot.
Whether you’re hitting the gym or just running around town, the Reebok Sole Fury SE fits the bill. Its chunky silhouette pops out in any outfit and ups your fashion game—and with a fury.
These athletic-inspired sneakers take on both casual and sporty wear. With sweatpants, joggers, yoga pants, a skinny pair of jeans, and the sort, the Reebok Sole Fury matches all them all too well.
Pick one or two among the available colorways, such as black/true grey 8/black, white/black/solar gold, noble orchid/lilac fog/cold grey 6, and more.
Its breathable mesh upper sits atop a chunky split outsole, flaunting a classic Reebok silhouette. With the front and back part of the sole working interdependently, a more stable and comfortable stride is achieved. Furthermore, a TPU stability plate is added to cushion each step better, along with the carbon rubber rims on the outsole tread that improve traction.
The split sole began appearing in 1992. All thanks to Reebok, who dared to produce which was at first a bizarre design. The Pump Graphite was the first to arrive, and it came out stunning. Quite soon, a pair of split-soled sneakers followed: the Instapump Fury in 1994, the Opus (or OP.) in 1998.
More or less twenty years later, more of the split-soled kind appeared and seemed to have evolved: the Run.r 96 Sock Run.r, the 3D OP. Lite, the Sole Fury, and the Split Fuel.
Among Reebok’s recent drops of the Split series is the Reebok Sole Fury SE, updated for the changing times, but continuing the legend of the split sole.
- The sneaker has an EVA foam sock liner, which is removable to accommodate orthotics.