Verdict from 98 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Majority of the buyers added extra props on the blast from the past look of the Reebok Club C 1985 TV.
  • A couple of users find that these sneakers are a bang for the buck.
  • The vintage look, especially the off-white color that doesn’t give a blinding impression to people, are preferred by many.
  • A high number of purchasers commend the quality of the Reebok Classics Club C 1985 TV.
  • A handful of satisfied testers particularly liked the fact that it looks better with use and over time.
  • One thinks that it is crafted much better than the Adidas Continental 80.
  • Several, who were already owners of the OG Reebok Club C 85, guarantees that this stands the test of time.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The shoe laces are quite long for the shoe, a tester said.
  • Many stated on the Reebok Club C 1985 TV review suggested that sizing down is essential to get the perfectly fitted shoes.

Bottom line

Thanks to reworks like this from the brand Reebok, the younger generation can get a taste of history and have a similar feel of sneakers worn by their parents or grandparents. Despite the blast-from-the-past look, these Club C 1985 TV sneakers from Reebok continuously carry the brand’s heritage of durable and well-crafted pieces that speaks much of its performance sneaker background.

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Good to know

Like other sneakers from the Reebok Club C collection, this kicks’ sizing is offered in unisex ranging from 3.5 to 15 men’s and 5 to 16.5 women’s. Those who were able to wear the Reebok Club C’s will certainly feel nostalgic about its premium leather fit

While there’s always a place for futuristic sneakers, retros are also a must, not only for sneakerheads but for those that just wear sneakers. There are ubiquitous ones like the Adidas Stan Smith and Superstar, and Nike Cortez, but the Reebok Club C captures the throwback thirst of those that want to be unique.

Since this iteration somehow looks like the twin of the OG, styling it with various ways is also a possibility. White high socks channel a flashback tennis look. Those that want to take advantage of its minimalist look can simply match these with plain white shirts and acid-washed denim.

Simplicity and nostalgia are its best assets. The Reebok Club C 1985 TV (chalk) radiates an off-white colorway that looks slightly beaten and rugged. These sneakers match flawlessly those that want to follow the white sneaker trend while avoiding the nurse shoe look.

The 1980’s is a historical year for sneakers as fitness and style became the utmost priorities of the consumers. Proof to this statement, Reebok has released several sneakers which caters the 80’s. One that boomed during this fitness revolution is tennis. The minimalist look is the main theme of its style and its seemingly exclusive aura makes it a hit.

Following the footsteps of the NPC is the Revenge Plus which is later on called the Club C’s. C’s, which stands for Champion, is the only fitting name for the performance heritage footwear. The Reebok Club C has been reinvented because of its popularity. Now that it has transitioned in the lifestyle arena, it captured a broader market and became a long-standing silhouette that is now a classic. The Club C 1985 TV is one of the versions released.

  • These Reebok shoes are embedded with die-cut EVA midsole for a cushioning system that doesn’t wear the foot down.


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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.