Size and fit
Sizes 3.5-13 in medium width were released for the men's Reebok DMX series 1600 casual shoes. They have a low-cut padded collar that offers ankle mobility and additional comfort. The upper is made up or textile and synthetic materials, delivering a durable and flexible feel. Adjusting the fit is easy with the shoe’s sporty lace-up closure.
Reebok DMX Series 1600 Style
Several colorways were released for the Reebok DMX Series 1600 running-inspired shoes. The options are White/Black/Neon Red/Mist, Black/Alloy/White, Skull Grey/Navy/Red/White, and White/Neon Lime/Cobalt. These unique and colorful choices pump up the model’s retro-inspired design.
Athleisure clothes would suit the sneaker’s sporty style, such as joggers, tracksuits, shorts, tank tops, and sweatshirts. For more laidback occasions, the shoe can easily be paired with jeans, pants, shorts, and chinos along with t-shirts or pullovers. The Reebok DMX Series 1600 on feet offers a unique design, so neutral and bold colors alike would suit its attractive look.
The low-top Reebok DMX Series 1600 has a textile and synthetic upper that’s done in colorful iterations for a striking look. There are also bold overlays that sync with the model’s original DNA, giving it a retro appeal. Complementing the unique design is the midsole, which features a wavy pattern. A pull tab at the back of the collar helps in easily putting the shoe on or off.
On the sides of the sneaker is the Reebok Crosscheck stripe. It’s also found on the tongue and near the toe. Meanwhile, the Reebok name is embossed on the heel along with the DMX callout. DMX Reebok branding is also found on the insole and the sides of the toe.
Reebok DMX Series 1600 History
Ever since its launch in 1958, Reebok has been on the move for the latest styles and designs. The brand dabbles in not just sports footwear but in the casual scene as well. As such, Reebok lifestyle sneakers are renowned for their balance of technology, practicality, and style.
One of the brand’s highly recognizable creations is the Reebok DMX series, which initially launched in the 1990s. It all began with the DMX Run, which debuted in 1997. The shoe featured the brand's DMX technology, in which air runs through a series of connected pods, releasing energy efficiently. Most famously, the innovation was used in Allen Iverson's second Reebok model, the Answer DMX.
In October 2012, the first DMX model was re-released for the first time under the Reebok Classic collection. Meanwhile, more iterations of the original were released over the years, including the Reebok DMX Series 1600. It showcases bold Vector branding and neat overlays. Wrapping up the striking look is the gum outsole, which is made up of DMX moving air innovation.
This sneaker is one of Reebok's running-inspired kicks, offering an athletic look and feel with plenty of modern styles to spare. It has a one-of-a-kind appeal that’s ideal for creating street-ready looks.
- This shoe’s cushioning is made with DMX moving air technology that transfers air underfoot to adapt to the wearer’s stride.
- The rugged outsole of these Reebok DMX shoes offers extra durability and traction.