There’s a saying that goes “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”. While that may be the case most of the times, I’m pretty sure Nike/Jordan Brand is not liking what they see when they take a look at Reebok’s latest offering of the Insta Pump Fury.
The latest version of the Reebok Insta Pump Fury comes in an all-black suede and neoprene aesthetic accompanied by a pattern that may look familiar to
most all of us. If you take a good look at the underlay, heel and toebox of the shoe, you will notice that the shoe comes with what appears to be some kind of rendition of the elephant print that we’re used to seeing on the Air Jordan 3 as well as in other countless Jordan Brand models. Reebok branding all over the shoe comes blacked out to complete the tonal look on the upper while white sole unit seen below makes for some nice overall contrast. Available now overseas, are you looking to cop?
As much as we all love elephant print, Nike and Jordan Brand should be the only brands to be able use it. Anyone else who does, it’s just not a good look on them.