Who should buy the Reebok Electrolyte

This running-inspired Reebok Electrolyte could be a great match for you if:

  • You are looking for a stylish shoe that is super lightweight that it keeps them going for the whole day.
  • You want a shoe that offers all-around comfort on the feet and has excellent construction and great support.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Logo

Size and fit

The Reebok Electrolyte is available in men's and women's sizes that are in a regular fit. The mesh upper offers a lightweight and breathable feel while the synthetic leather overlays add to the overall support. As for a lightweight cushioning experience, this lace-up sneaker features a 3D Ultralite foam for its midsole. It also boosts up the stability of the shoe on foot. 

Style of the Reebok Electrolyte

Inspired by the OG running silhouette, the Electrolyte 97 continues to sport out the archive style, boosting up its retro look. Some of its colorways come in white, black, gold, and Team Dark Royal that flaunts its appeal, which makes it iconic. 

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Upper material

Both men and women can easily style this low-top sneaker. If donning on a smart casual outfit, it pairs well with jeans or chinos and a shirt or sweater underneath an overcoat.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Tongue

Women can also style it with a dress and a blazer to give a stylish look. Men can match it with baggy shorts, knee-high socks, a shirt, and a jacket for a street style vibe.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Laces

Notable Features

Dubbed as ultrafast and ultralight, the Electrolyte 3D 97 showcases a running demeanor. This sneaker continues the Reebok legacy of bringing comfort all-day. Its upper is made with mesh making it breathable and light on the foot.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Insole

Besides the lightweight cushioning and comfort, the EVA midsole has a reflective finish, highlighting the 3D foam. 

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Midsole

History of the Reebok Electrolyte

Reebok has been bringing high-quality products on the shelves since 1958. The brand was best known for producing running spikes that contributed to the running performance of many runners.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Detail

Professional running athletes ran in competitions using the brand's runners, bagging medals for some of them. The company's reputation grew and expanded to other categories that cater to different sub-cultures, not just in sports. 

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Pull tabs

Many silhouettes have gained fans and fame, such as the Freestyle, the Workout, and the Classic Leather. Some became phenomenal and made Reebok come up with new silhouettes that were inspired by them.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Collar

Even in recent years, these silhouettes continue to live out its popularity. This trend for the classics opted for it to re-release OGs exciting many sneakerheads. 

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Outsole

The Electrolyte 97 was no exception. Bringing back the 97 runners, it continues to sport out its classic style but with modern upgrades. It is best when out on a run as it features both comfort and style. Its 3D foam midsole also makes it stand out even when out on the streets.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 Heel

The Reebok Electrolyte 97 comes with a rubber outsole and a round toe shape that brings benefits and satisfaction to its user. This pair has a mesh upper that offers a lightweight and breathable feel while its synthetic leather overlays add to the overall support.

Reebok Electrolyte 97 side collar

As for a lightweight cushioning experience, this lace-up sneaker features a 3D Ultralite foam for its midsole, which helps in boosting up the stability of the shoe on foot.

Nice to know

  • It comes with a rubber outsole and a round toe shape.

Facts / Specs

Style: Classic
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Classics
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Mesh, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric
Technology: 3D Print

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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.