After years of eager anticipation, Reebok has officially announced the return of its iconic Court Victory Pump tennis sneaker, set for a re-release on March 15, with plans to introduce additional colorways as the season progresses. This marks a celebrated comeback for the shoe, which originally debuted in 1989, marking 35 years since its first launch.

The Court Victory Pump, a hallmark of Reebok’s tennis legacy, gained fame through its grand-slam endorsement by Michael Chang, solidifying its position as an iconic sneaker. Its reintroduction brings a wave of nostalgia, mirroring the original design closely. Key features such as the original 1990 color palette, the custom-fit Pump bladder with the iconic tennis ball pump on the tongue, and the distinctive wavy checkerboard graphic on the heel and lining, are all preserved. The sneaker also showcases the “REEBOK TENNIS” embroidered tongue graphic, Hexalite cushioning graphic on the heel, and TPU accent details on the lateral side, staying true to its heritage.

This 2024 release, the first since 2017, promises to deliver not just a piece of Reebok’s rich tennis history but a timeless design suited for contemporary sneaker enthusiasts. The Court Victory Pump, priced at $160, will be available on and select retailers.

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