We spent 7.6 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

5 reasons to buy

  • The Reebok x FACE Stockholm Classic Nylon shoes are comfortable even when worn for long distance walking, according to several users.
  • These shoes are well-liked by its purchasers for its stylish appeal.
  • Some reviewers commended the excellent quality and durability of these shoes.
  • Many also emphasized how they loved the colors of these shoes.
  • These shoes are affordable.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The Reebok x FACE Stockholm Classic Nylon, like other Reebok Classic models, runs about a half size larger than usual according to several purchasers.
  • There were a few comments on how some colors of these shoes differ from the photos.
  • One downside of these shoes, as stated by a small number of reviewers, is that it is hard to keep clean.

Bottom line

Like the other Reebok Classic iterations, this particular nylon version of the Classic Leather from the Reebok and FACE Stockholm collaboration would most likely delight those who are looking for a throwback shoe that can up their fashion game.

It ticks the boxes when it comes to comfort, style, quality, and affordability. Although according to several purchasers, it runs about half size larger than usual.



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The Reebok x FACE Stockholm Classic Nylon is exclusively available in women's sizes, which range from 6 to 11, half sizes included, in B Medium width. The overall low-top structure of the shoe provides sufficient hold and support on foot while allowing flexible movements of the ankle.

Also featured is a traditional lace-up closure for a snug fit that can be adjusted depending on the wearer's preference. The tongue features an extra eyelet, in which the laces could go through to help keep it in plac

The Reebok x FACE Stockholm Classic Nylon is a low-top shoe with a classic, old-school look that women at any age can sport fashionably. The nylon upper in subtle colors adds a more feminine touch to the iconic Classic silhouette loved since the ‘80s.

This collaboration shoe from Reebok and FACE Stockholm is distinguishable through the materials used on its upper in a familiar silhouette. Unlike the original Classic Leather, which it took its profile from, this shoe features a nylon material completed with suede overlays for additional support.

Reebok initially launched the Classic Leather in 1983 as a running shoe. It was the first running shoe to make use of premium leather as an upper material and designed for "style conscious" men and women. With a stylish, minimal, and classic design, it's no wonder how, as years passed by, it made its way to becoming more of a lifestyle shoe than a running shoe.

Then came 2015, Reebok and Swedish cosmetics brand FACE Stockholm did a collaboration on some of the former's shoe silhouettes including the Classic Leather. The shoe models were given a new take, with inspirations drawn from FACE Stockholm's make-up and nail polish color palette. The initial collaboration became a massive success that several more FACE Stockholm sneaker projects followed.

One of these collaborative projects is the Reebok x FACE Stockholm Classic Nylon. It took the silhouette of the Classic Leather but redesigned to use nylon with suede overlays on its upper instead of leather.

  • The Reebok x FACE Stockholm Classic Nylon further features a lightweight die-cut EVA cushioned midsole, a high abrasion rubber outsole, and a padded sockliner for comfort. Also lightly padded for comfort are the tongue and the collar.
  • Different Reebok brandings are visible on the sides, the tongue, and the heel.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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