Sneaker Spotlight: Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

Alife Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

Alife Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

Alife and Reebok’s Court Victory Pump have had a long relationship. It all started out with the release of the original Lime colorway inspired by a tennis ball. The bright sneaker featured a fuzzy upper mimicking the looks and feel of a real tennis ball with a bright Neon Yellow base and Black lettering added. Following the success and inspiration of that sneaker were a few other colorways with very similar designs but utilizing different colors including Safety Orange and Off White.

Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump Black Neon uploaded by VitaminaK

Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump Black Neon uploaded by VitaminaK

In December 2007 it was time for another run of special “Ball Out” Court Victory Pumps. This time around Black and Pink were chosen as the main colors to be represented. Like the other versions, the same fuzzy treatment was given to the uppers of the shoes. The Black pair was very popular for it’s “Blackout” treatment with nearly every panel clad in Black besides the Alife logo on the heel, part of the rear logo and alternate laces. The Vibrant Pink version is offset with White and sadly is missing from the wiki.  Released only at the Alife stores, if these sneakers are in your closet you are a lucky #sneakerholic.

The Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump is part of many sneaker collections, if it’s part of yours be sure to upload it to your crate and let us know in the comments or on Twitter.

One response to “Sneaker Spotlight: Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

  1. Pingback: Sneaker Showcase: Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump “Ball Out” Collection | Sneakerpedia

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