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Reebok Men's or Women's Fluxlite Training Shoe (Various Colors) $29 + Free Shipping

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It's sad seeing Reebok fade into oblivion. Every month I get an email saying: "Hey we have a new Allen Iverson shoe coming out". Allen Iverson!? Dude stopped playing basketball like 18 years ago. Their brand is hanging on by a thread. Everything is so outdated. They are the Sears/ Kmart of the shoe industry. They refused to change and adapt.
Nike still sells Jordan's and he retired in 2003.
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Chuck Taylor retired 100 years ago and DIED in the 60s and converse still seems to sell a lot of his shoes.
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No obvious rubber on the outsole, so say goodbye to these in 6 months if you don't bust your a$$ first due to low traction.

It's not just Reebok doing this, but just be wary if using these for anything other than sedentary/casual use.
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