Reebok are gearing up for a 'Year of Fitness' and have called upon the creative minds at mita sneakers to make fit fun. Released in 1987, the Workout hit shelves as one of the first cross-trainers on the market, intended to allow wearers to go from the track to the gym to the tennis court all with just a single pair of shoes. Jump forward to 2017 and, while the Workout still remains as easy on the eyes as the day it first landed, fitness regimes have changed.
Playing on the current surge of interest in boot camp style workouts, mita have given the low-top Reebok a military overhaul. Spliced with the DNA of Reebok's rugged Hyper Velocity boot, the colab features an upper made from 'Coyote Brown' suede and heavy-duty canvas, with military spec grab-handles added to the rear. Being the 'Clean' rendition of the Workout Low, this release features a minimised construction with a clean one-piece toe. The sneaker is finished off with dual-branded insoles.