New Colorway for the Reebok Pump Supreme

The Reebok Pump Supreme arrives in a “Distressed” colorway. This comes just after the brand introduced new color schemes for the silhouette.


Last February, Reebok unveiled two new colorways. The first is a classic white/snowy gray color while the other is a black/classic white.

The shoe still features signature details from the range. It has a slip-on upper, reinforced pattern overlay, and a white midsole.


This time, the new iteration of the silhouette is a “Distressed” colorway. It includes three new monochrome colorways.

In the “Distressed” pack, the shoe’s upper comes in a coarse fabric. The three colorways are: white, black, and cloud gray. Each retails for $155 USD.

Meanwhile, Reebok collaborated with Palace for workout sneakers. It arrived in the same three colorways as well. 

Each model features bold primary coloring on the detailing and trim. Its laces also turns Palace’s logo into a pattern and repeats the print throughout.

A gum outsole finishes the white sole. The black and gray iterations, on the other hand, use pink and light blue, respectively. They featured Palace and Reebok co-branding.

The workout sneakers dropped last February. Reebok and Palace took to Instagram to reveal their footwear collaboration. 

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