In 1958, two of J.W.Foster & Sons grandsons founded a companion sneaker company and named it Reebok, after the African gazelle. Later, an outdoor sporting goods distributor bought the North American license and introduced Reebok to the US.
Today, Reebok continues to grow and expand into every major sport with signature style and superior technology. Reebok, Reebok Classic, and Rbk have the scene covered as far as sports apparel and shoes are concerned. You can find men's and women's performance shoes, including basketball, cross-training, running, tennis/court, walking, adventure, and aerobic-fitness.
For 2009, look forward to some reinvented classics as well as some insanely-colored women's sneakers. Metallics, splattered paint, check designs and reptile prints have all been spied. Peep the new kicks and give them a go.