Size and fit

The low-top Reebok DMXpert trainers are offered both in men’s and women’s ranges. This round toe sneaker uses the toggle lacing system, using bungee cord fastening for secure lock and unlock feature. The brand inserted sufficient cushioning on the collar and tongue to enhance the comfortable fit. 

Meanwhile, the DMX cushioning found on the midsole is made of pods that are filled with air that runs from heel to ball of the foot. This technology aims to absorb shock; thus, maximizing the comfortable feel of its wearers.

Reebok DMXpert Style

The trail-inspired look of the Reebok DMXpert makes this pair another fashionable sneaker in the arsenal of Reebok. Its upper is made of synthetic and textile materials, designed to look like off-road footwear. 

This utilitarian-looking footwear is offered in several colorways. The most popular colorways in unisex sizing are the black, white, chalk, toxic yellow/cold grey, modern beige/vivid orange/cold grey, black/modern beige/vivid orange, and toxic yellow/cold grey/modern beige. Women sizing have exclusive colorways available, such as black/modern beige/neon lime, green slate/pure grey/ivy green, neon lime/black, and true grey/modern beige/solar orange.

The Reebok DMXpert looks fashionable on feet when paired with one’s favorite hiking-inspired attire, such as cargo khakis with Dri-Fit t-shirt. Some may also pair this kick up with their dark-colored jeans with plain light-colored top for a fashionable yet sporty casual ensemble.

Notable Features

What makes the Reebok DMXpert sneaker striking is its fashionable trail-inspired profile. The upper up to the outsole has an off-road appeal, which was inspired by the 90s sneakers. The rugged upper seats on top of the lugged rubber outsole, giving a utilitarian vibe that is ready for any adventure.

Reebok DMXpert History

Reebok has started manufacturing footwear since the 1800s. It was founded by Joseph William Foster of Great Britain, who developed first ever hand made running footwear with spikes. The company, later on, became a family business and called JW Foster and Sons Company.

In 1958, the founder’s grandsons, namely Joe and Jeff Foster, decided to rename the company as Reebok. This word was taken from a South African dictionary, which was the prize when Joe won a running race during his younger years. Reebok, also spelled as rhebok, is a small antelope from South Africa that is covered with a woolly brown-grayish coat, with a long neck and short straight horns. 

Since then, the company has been nonstop in creating masterpieces footwear, clothes, gears, and accessories. The goal is to improve all its wearer’s performance on and off the athletic fields. Years went by, because of the quality and style of Reebok kicks, their brand slowly started to traverse into the colorful world of street fashion. 

                 Reebok DMX

One of the most loved Reebok series is the DMX. The first-ever shoe to use the DMX cushioning technology was the DMX Run 10, which was unveiled in 1997. The DMX tech is made of connected pods that are filled with air. The air runs back and forth from the heel of the foot up to the ball to release energy efficiently.

In 2020, Reebok launched another addition to the DMX Series. The brand dubbed it as the DMXpert, which was stirred from the trail footwear from the 90s. This sneaker displays a technical appeal by using ripstop material on the upper with textile overlays. The toggle lacing system, meanwhile, secures the feet easily, allowing its users to feel ready for any adventure.

Nice to know

  • The Reebok DMXpert has a lugged rubber outsole to provide additional durability and grip on various surfaces.
  • It has heel and tongue pull tabs to aid in easy on and off.

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro
Top: Low
Inspired from: Hiking
Collection: Reebok Dmx
Closure: Laces
Material: Rubber Sole, EVA, Nylon / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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.