Who should buy the Reebok Daytona DMX Vector
Reebok Daytona DMX Vector was released in 2018 as a brilliant iteration of the late 90s DMX Daytona. This is definitely a must-have if you want:
- A low-top shoe with excellent cushioning
- A bulky shoe that ensures stability
Reebok Daytona DMX Vector Style
Carrying a Daytona DMX DNA, this model packs some huge hefty styling that would win in a dad shoe contest. Such a shapely, bulky silhouette would pop out in a minimalistic outfit, such as skinny jeans and tapered-down pants, and joggers.
But dad shoes aren't just merely about size and shape. It’s about colors as well. These Daytonas are presented in a pair of astonishing colorways worthy of collecting: White/Navy/Mist/Yellow and Black/Grey/White/Neon Red.
Adjustable lace-up closure
It uses a lace-up closure to lock in the feet with a custom fitting.
Bouncy DMX cushioning
The well-renowned DMX cushioning system lies underfoot, ensuring a plush, bouncy ride.
Removable EVA sock liner
This Daytona iteration features a removable EVA sock liner to accommodate orthotics.
Excellent midsole comfort
Its midsole also contains an EVA compound, complementing the DMX cushioning, for superior comfort.
The huge shank plate in the midfoot adds stability.
Reebok Daytona DMX Vector History
The past decades that rolled saw Reebok coming up with futuristic, perhaps bizarre, designs. Think of the split soles, the air Pump technology, and the DMX airpod cushioning. Those models who wielded these technologies became iconic silhouettes, which remind everyone that Reebok was the one to dare to push the envelope of design.
Retro-ed in 2018, the late-’90s DMX Daytona has a brilliant iteration. Though freshly designed, especially its upper, Daytona DMX Vector still features the DMX pod system, where air flows back and forth under the foot and adapts to every step.