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Are You Looking Forward To The Re-Release Of The Reebok Big Hurt Sneakers?

Submitted by on December 14, 2013 – 5:06 pmOne Comment

Reebok is releasing a lot of sneakers both now and in the near future. From the Reebok Q96 sneakers that were released recently to the Reebok “Ghosts of Christmas” Pack that is going to hit select Reebok retailers soon, there are quite a few hot Reebok releases to keep an eye on right now. So with that in mind, we want to make sure that you don’t forget one of the other retros that is scheduled to hit stores in early 2014. That release is the Reebok Big Hurt that was worn back in the 1990s by Chicago White Sox first baseman Frank Thomas. It’s available now for preorder through some Reebok retailers and will be available through more retailers very soon.

As you can see here, the Reebok Big Hurt retro features the same basic design that the original Big Hurt did. And it will be available in two different colorways. Both include black and white, but one of them is primarily black with hits of white while the other is primarily white with hits of black. Those two colorways are going to hit stores first and will celebrate Thomas’ time with the White Sox. However, those won’t be the only colorways available. Reebok is also reportedly going to release colorways that pay tribute to Thomas’ time with the Oakland Athletics as well as his time with the Toronto Blue Jays. So it sounds like there will be a lot of Big Hurt colorways dropping in 2014.

You can take a closer look at the White Sox-inspired colorways below. Do you like what Reebok is doing by re-releasing the Big Hurt sneakers? Do you think that it was a good idea for them to hit us with the re-release of this signature sneaker? And are there any other colorways that you think Reebok should release the Big Hurt in? Let us know in the comments section once you’ve checked out the additional photos. We will be sure to keep you updated with more details about this sneaker in the near future.

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