Shaq Attaq IV
Originally released in 1994, the Shaq Attaq IV made history as the first basketball shoe to ever feature Insta Pump technology. It was seen on the feet of Shaquille O’Neal during the 94-95 season in which he won a scoring title, appeared in the All-Star Game and NBA Finals against Houston. Twenty years later this game changer is back for limited release.
Dominate the street game win the Blacktop Avenue, the latest performance basketball model from Reebok Basketball. Built to meet the demands of athletes without compromising style, the Blacktop Retaliate takes inspiration from the incredibly popular Reebok Blacktop collection originally introduced in the 90s.
The Reebok Blacktop Collection has become synonymous with the glory days of 90s street ball. We’ve brought back the two most popular models, which were not only tough enough for the court, they had sky-high style to match– the Blacktop Boulevard and Battleground.
Tin Grey/Solid Teal/Pink Fusion
In a 1990’s San Antonio-inspired colorway as aggressive as the "Big Dog" himself, the Rail pays homage to Glen Robinson’s time in Texas. This mid-cut design features a grey nubuck upper with teal suede underlays and glossy pink stripes. Glenn Robinson and The Rail, Razor Sharp Since 1996.
Offered in one of the only full family packs of the year, this aggressive Kamikaze I colorway is accented by metallic purple hits on the upper and Aztec patterned lacing in a nod to Kemp’s 1996 All Star Game appearance.