The Reebok “It’s a Man’s World” project returns in 2021, bringing us another collection of footwear celebrating female empowerment for International Women’s Day. This year’s release is highlighted by the Instapump Fury in a new “Ceramic Pink” look, coming soon.

Reebok’s “It’s a Man’s World” campaign first kicked off in 2019, inviting female creatives from across the German brand to design a unique capsule collection focusing on classic Reebok footwear. Now onto its third annual release, the IAMW collection is gearing up for another project to release in 2021 to coincide with International Women’s Day in March. This week, we have our first look at the new collection in the form of the Instapump Fury, decked out in premium materials and a smooth colorway for the special occasion. This Instapump begins with a light tan mesh base layer, adding overlays in mint green and grey to the toe box, while a split white and silver metallic patent-leather-like sheath for the silhouette covers the midfoot. The heel section is constructed from a dark brown mesh, while two elastic bands across the tongue area give the shoe its “Ceramic Pink” name. Finally, this limited-edition Reebok Instapump Fury is completed by “It’s a Man’s World” branded insoles as well as the new “UNITED BY DIFFERENCE” message embroidered at the tongue. 


Reebok’s upcoming “IAMW” collection for 2021 has not yet been announced for release, though the project is expected to launch sometime in March to coincide with International Women’s Day on the 8th. The “Ceramic Pink” edition of the Instapump Fury will be available alongside the rest of the collection from both Reebok and select retailers with a price tag of $180. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Reebok release news. 

Reebok Instapump Fury “Ceramic Pink”
Release Date: March 2021
Price: $180
Color: Ceramic Pink/Baked Earth-Twisted Coral
Style Code: FX4995

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