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Reebok Court Victory Pump (Sold Out)

Product Data

  • Style: j13332
  • Color: Black / Thermal Orange / Yellow
  • MSRP: $120.00
  • Popularity:  10 / 100

Description

Reebok Court Victory Pump

They were originally released in 1989 and made famous by tennis player Michael Chang. And now they're back. The Reebok Court Victory features Pump technology, which includes inflatable air chambers inside the tongue and internal ankle support. Plus, they also sport Hexalite technology in the heel. Now, they are available in a rainbow of new colors that will excite old and new sneakerheads alike.

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TENNIS SHOES

Ray, ORLANDO, Florida

"Keepin' them! Trying on shoes is EVERYTHING to the customer, right? I tried these on...and they were perfect. Fit very comfortably, look terrific...and you have to remember, the toe area is bigger for SUPPORT while actually playing tennis. :) You'll find that on any real tennis shoe. Same thing with either a swirl or circle or the like just under the front of the big toe area. That is so you can spin, not stick to the tennis court and bite dirt. :) Admittedly, it's summer where I am, so I have used them for outdoors .I can tell by their perfect fit, and the spin on the tile floor. Very nice! Oh...did ? Can't go wrong with either."