Verdict from 37 user reviews

9 reasons to buy

  • The majority of the reviewers liked the easy to wear design of the Reebok Furylite X.
  • Many users applauded the breathability of this sneaker.
  • Several praised the stylish look of the Furylite X.
  • Few users mentioned about the lightness of this footwear.
  • A large percentage of wearers said that they are comfortable wearing this kick.
  • Available at an affordable price point.
  • For several wearers, this shoe has a perfect fit.
  • A couple of users shared that this pair is easy to maintain.
  • This shoe runs true to size.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Few reviewers complained that the Reebok Furylite X has short shoelaces.
  • A reviewer did not like that this shoe comes only in limited colorways.

Bottom line

Staying faithful to its predecessor, the Reebok Furylite X delivers comfort and durability sans the outrageous look. The Furylite line kept the clean and straightforward guise suitable for the everyday events. The low-top profile maximizes the mobility while the easy on/off design goes well with the on-the-go lifestyle. This almost flawless sneaker is found at the affordable price range, making this a reasonable choice for the practical buyers.

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Good to know

The Reebok Furylite X is available in men's sizes from 5 to 13 US in medium width. This slip-on pair runs true to size. It has the non-conventional speed-lacing system supported by toggle near the midsole for easy slip on and off. The molded heel delivers added support and enhances the lockdown fit.

The low-top Reebok Furylite X showcases an athletic design with a lifestyle comfort. It is made of lightweight and breathable materials apt for the summer and autumn seasons. With its smooth slip-on and off construction, this shoe is appropriate for the modern lifestyle. It displays supportive and stylish upper in neutral colorways that can be paired with almost any outfit. Many users strut their Reebok Furylite X with jeans, skinnies, joggers, and athletic wear.

The reflective details of the Reebok Furylite X work as its noteworthy feature. These visual pop are found on tongue, sides, and on the heel that shines during the lowlights.

The Reebok company has been known for designing finest footwear, apparel, accessories, and gears to enhance the performance of its users. From pure athletics, the brand was able to cross the lifestyle genre by providing stylish yet functional products.

In 1994, the futuristic-looking Instapump Fury sneaker was launched and turned into an iconic silhouette. Steven Smith, one of the best designers of that decade, designed the Instapump Fury which was released in the vibrant colorways. This shoe was described as outrageous yet with remarkable comfort and support. It has the Pump and Hexalite cushioning for that finest comfort.

After years in the market, the Instapump Fury has undergone a variety of reworks and collaborations. The Reebok Furylite X is one of the simplified modifications of the neck-breaking Instapump Fury. This shoe offers casual comfort with uncomplicated design. It is constructed of lightweight and durable materials seemly for the warm season.

  • The Reebok Furylite X has a die-cut EVA midsole which provides reliable cushioning.
  • It has the soft and breathable textile lining for a more comfortable ride.
  • This shoe has the lightweight, responsive, and extra durable 3D Ultralite outsole. This technology is made of EVA, rubber, and other compounds, resulting in a 10-20% lighter footwear.
  • This shoe weighs 312 grams.


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