The Reebok Work Leelap is a unisex sneaker that is offered in men's and women's sizes. This shoe has a suede upper that is matched with brushed nylon lining that wraps the foot in comfort while the steel toe provides wide toe room for the feet to move with ease.
Prepare to expect the unexpected with the Work Leelap. Functioning as a steel toe work shoes, these sneakers are disguised in a tennis-style retro silhouette, seemingly making its wearer court-ready. Its low-top silhouette exudes a casual style that pairs well with jeans and shorts. Those who are tired of wearing bulky and rugged work cleats can find these as a great alternative.
Drawing inspiration from athletes but explicitly designed for hard-working professionals, one can only expect that the Work Leelap combines performance and comfort. Functioning as a steel work cleat, users can be assured that even those who are in the most hazardous workplace can keep their feet away from injuries.
Reebok started its humble beginnings in 1890 when Joseph William Foster founded it. The founder was known to design the first spiked running shoes and became reputable in making handmade shoes for athletes during his time. Eventually, his company became a family business and his two grandsons, created a sister company named after African Gazelle, Reebok.
Since then, the brand has evolved despite being bought by Paul Fireman in 1978. One of its lines is the Reebok Work, which consists of the brand's reiteration of a performance and comfort sneakers. Each of the sneakers falling under this category, the Leelap included, is equipped with different technologies.
- The EH feature stands for Electrical Hazard. It means that this sneaker protects the feet from risks like energized conductors, highly charged electrical equipment, and live circuits.
- The cushioning of the Reebok Work Leelap is composed of airy EVA foam and integrated heel pads.
- Some retailers call it the Reebok Leelap EH.