Verdict from 7 user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • A lot of reviewers were dumbfounded with the Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel’s superb comfort.
  • Several consumers achieved a perfect fit with these sneakers.
  • A handful of customers praised the brilliant use of colors on its upper.
  • One buyer even bought another pair because according to her it was “so good.”
  • It has a very stylish design as commended out by some.
  • A purchaser exclaimed her delight with the glitter-like details along the white lines.
  • The Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel helped stabilize a wearer’s right ankle.
  • According to one commenter, its colors are pretty subtle but still eye-catching.
  • It is an excellent summer shoe that can be easily cleaned, as prescribed by a user.
  • Less than a handful of buyers loved the soft insole it possesses.

4 reasons not to buy

  • Though more wearers achieved a true to size fit, some found the Reebok Classic Nylon Cold pastel to run a tad wide for their foot.
  • A reviewer was disturbed by its relatively long laces.
  • There were two instances where the sneaker’s color in person varied from the photos.
  • A user noticed that it quickly gets dirty.

Bottom line

Introducing candy colors to the iconic runner was the theme revolving around the Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel. The sneaker was made cuter and more appealing to the ladies thanks to its pastel make-over. Still maintaining its predecessor’s stylish vibe, the low top also fulfills the wearer’s needs for comfort and utility perfect for everyday strolls or for sporting to work. 

Good to know

The women’s Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel is offered in a generous size range starting from 3 to 10.5. Half sizes are included, and the sneaker follows the standard women’s width of B.

Sporty footwear deserves sporty clothes hence leggings or jeggings should most likely be an option in partnering these Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel sneakers. Due to its versatile appeal, the low top can also be matched with numerous outfits starting from pants to shorts. Accentuating the summer look can be achieved with skirts and sundresses.

The sneaker is almost dressed up in tonal pastel colors which gives it a seasonal flair. Specific colorways of the Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel include Eucalyptus/Chalk and Pale Pink Chalk.

The incarnation of the Reebok Classics franchise dates back to 1982 when a particular aerobic specific sneaker materialized out of thin air. The Reebok Freestyle, the UK-born brand’s creme de la creme product, was transcribed from the drawing board and brought to life by Angel Martinez. Martinez, with the help of Paul Fireman, of course, connived to assemble a sneaker made intentionally for the burgeoning deficit of women’s footwear.

 The massive success of the Reebok Freestyle triggered the onset of subsequent iterations. In only a year, Reebok had been raking money from their hugely feminine consumer base which eventually helped finance the release of other models. In 1983, a promising collection was unveiled tapping all other athletic platforms. The line-up included the Ex-O-Fit, a male counterpart of the Freestyle, and two Reebok Classics one in leather and another in textile. 

Focusing more on the textile version, the Reebok Classic Nylon was one of the lightweight silhouettes that had touched the face of the Earth, during its prime, so to speak. It was equipped with a duo of ground-breaking tech, during that time, namely the BiDensity Shock Protection System and air vents. As the years progressed, the sneaker served less of a runner but more of an icon for lifestyle.

After decades of its existence, the Classic Nylon was reinvented again this time in the glory of blunt pigments. The Reebok Classic Nylon Cold Pastel was drenched with colors resembling candies thus making it more of a sneaker for women than that of the gents.

  • Its uppers utilize a nylon and suede combination.
  • For its cushioning, a die-cut EVA midsole was employed.
  • A rubber outsole with Reebok Classic treading administers exceptional grip and traction.

Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.