Size and fit

The low-top Reebok Pyro is available in US men’s sizing. Female shoppers need to add one and a half sizes from their usual measurements to obtain the best possible fit.

A standard lace-up closure is used on the sneaker to offer wearers a customized and secured fit. The upper is made up of textile and synthetic suede overlays that deliver ample breathability. People who prefer orthotics will find the shoe pleasing because its insole is removable.

Reebok Pyro Style

With crisp details and a silhouette that wouldn’t be defined as “eye-catching,” the Reebok Pyro blends well with almost any casual attire. Aside from the modest design, the neutral colorways also contributed to the low-top’s overall wearability. Many of the Reebok Pyro have white as the primary color, which is ideal for a plethora of casual occasions.

The running-inspired unisex profile of the Reebok Pyro exhibits a series of perforations along the midsole and synthetic overlays on the sides and heel. These circular patterns bring a degree of individuality that other Reebok athleisure sneakers may lack.

Notable Features

Reebok utilized one of its signature techs, the Hexalite, to provide prime hexagonal cushioning. The Hexalite has been around since the 1990s and has been an integral part of several performance Reebok shoes. EVA is present on the midsole, which delivers comfort and lightweight feel. A durable rubber outsole is there to give traction. Also, the padded foam sockliner is adding a soft feel with each step.

Reebok Pyro History

Introduced in 1992 as a training / running shoe, the Reebok Pyro has been among the most sought-after by loyal brand enthusiasts due to its style and support. Most of the iterations of the Pyro have the classic Reebok Running brandings on the tongue combined with a textured midsole and a modestly-designed outsole. Among the enduring qualities of the Reebok Pyro shoes are its unisexual appeal, which is a major reason for its popularity.

The 90s is arguably one of the most nostalgic periods in our history. Way before the boom of  social media, online video games, and advanced gadgets, many people usually reminisce about the time when it is much “simpler.” The fashion and culture of the mentioned decade have been the stuff of legends because of the variety, timelessness, and iconic figures that are still is recognizable today. As such, countless throwback silhouettes have been released to quench the need of consumers that are enamored with anything related to the celebrated decade. Reebok is one of those brands in the 90s that are already established as a top athletic label because of its impressive catalog of sneakers.

The Pyro from Reebok is re-introduced in 2018 in a couple of colorways, the White / Vicious Violet / Neon Yellow / Crushed Cobalt / Black and the White / Night Navy / Pink Fusion / Black. Since then, several color schemes have been made available. Recently, a collaboration between Pyro and New York-based clothing label has been released, called the Adsum x Reebok Pyro.

Additional Info

  • Currently, the only available tonal colorway is the True Grey.


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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.