Who should buy the Reebok Aztec OG

This low-top Reebok sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a shoe with a conventional lacing style for an adjustable fit.
  • You are after a sneaker with a lightweight EVA midsole for added comfort and cushioning.
  • You prefer a shoe with a rubber outsole for traction and durability.

Reebok Aztec OG shoe logo

Size and fit

The low-top Reebok Aztec OG is a unisex pair offered in men’s sizing. This lace-up sneaker uses the conventional lacing style that is anchored on the D-ring eyelets to provide its wearers an adjustable fit. Also, this kick has the traditional and lightweight EVA on its midsole for added comfort and cushioning.

Reebok Aztec OG midsole

Style of the Reebok Aztec OG

Although this kick displays a look from the 70s fashion, the Reebok Aztec OG does not disappoint in the modern fashion game. The upper is made of mixed materials dressed in fashionable that buyers can choose from. The textile upper with leather overlays provides ample support on the foot while delivering a stylish retro vibe.

Reebok Aztec OG laces

Fans can choose from several hues of Reebok Aztec OG available in the market. The most popular colorways are the slate/easy blue/baltik blue/hyper green/red, army green/green slate/sunbaked orange, collegiate navy/white, and black/royal/red rush. 

Reebok Aztec OG heel

The RBK Aztec OG looks fashionable on feet when paired with tattered jeans, khakis, shorts, and even with chinos. Activewear, monochromatic tracksuit, yoga pants, and leggings also look fantastic when matched up with this running-inspired sneaker.

Notable Features

Many adore the overall look of the Reebok Aztec OG as it provides an authentic retro vibe. This beautifully executed classic footwear features an upper that is made of nylon with leather and suede overlays.

Reebok Aztec OG toebox

To further highlight its retro ancestry, Reebok kept the classic D-ring speed lacing, the dual-density midsole, and the waffle pattern rubber outsole.

History of the Reebok Aztec OG

Reebok Aztec was introduced in the market in 1979 and was dubbed as the brand’s most advanced running shoe ever. This training footwear featured several innovative technologies, such as the dual-density midsole and PORON cushioning, which worked to improve the performance of the wearers by enhancing the overall comfort and cushioning.

Reebok Aztec OG insole

It also has the replaceable rubber carbon heel and the classic speed lacing system for a customized fit without any hotspots. 

Reebok Aztec OG back collar

The Reebok Aztec was handmade in England and described as “fantastic, lightweight, and expensive.” The first colorway of the Reebok Aztec OG unveiled was the renowned blue-red-yellow colorway. 

Reebok Aztec OG outsole

Many adored this color combination, making this one of the most sought-after pairs in the 70s. Besides, many felt fascinated by the angular-cut found on the rear sole extended up to the heel tab. This element provided additional stability as the heel strikes the pavement. 

Reebok Aztec OG tongue

Thirty-five years since it was introduced in the market, Reebok relaunched the refreshed version of the Aztec. The Reebok Aztec OG was launched in the middle of the 2000s, using the same material, and techniques used in the original version. 

Reebok Aztec OG collar

The 2015 version of the sneaker came with a booklet that narrates the story behind the style of the Aztec. The brand aims to familiarize the current market with the colorful history of one of its most renowned silhouettes in their archives.

Reebok Aztec OG side

Nice to know

  • The waffle pattern on the rubber outsole of the classic Reebok Aztec OG provides traction and durability.
  • Reebok branding can be found on the heel and tongue.

Facts / Specs

Style: Classic
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Classics
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Rubber Sole, Nylon / Fabric
Colorways: Brown / Grey

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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.