Reebok Reveals Stunning Line of JURASSIC PARK Sneakers


Reebok has revealed a new collection of movie-themed sneakers based on Steven Spielberg’s classic 1993 movie Jurassic Park. These sneakers have been 65 million years in the making!

Reebok has joined forces with InGen, and they have taken some of their famous and fan-favorite sneakers and given them a Jurassic Park makeover. I’ve added a couple of videos for you to watch that show off the shoes that will be made available.

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Pump Omni Zone II – Dilophosaurus ($200, GY0549) – After joining dinosaur and sneaker DNA, Reebok was able to produce a shoe some 65 million years in the making: the Pump Omni Zone II. Inspired by the carnivorous Dilophosaurus, this style-forward shoe stars dinosaur graphics on the upper and a nubuck base material with hints of skived leather.

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Club C 85 – Dr. Alan Grant ($100, GZ6322) – This Club C is inspired by Dr. Alan Grant in sneaker form with a tan suede upper, bandana collar lining, and a denim-colored outsole. While both sock liners match the denim outsole, the right sock liner also features a Velociraptor claw graphic. Available in adult, grade school preschool, and toddler/infant sizing.

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Instapump Fury OG – Jurassic Park Ford Explorers ($200, GW0212) – Inspired by the iconic Jurassic Park guest vehicles, this Instapump Fury features a leather collar lining mimicking the SUVs seats and battle damage graphics on the sole and sides. The shoe is finished off with the official mark of Jurassic Park on the legendary pump ball. Available in adult and infant sizing.

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Classic Leather – Ian Malcolm ($120, GY0570) – Inspired by Dr. Ian Malcolm’s fascination with chaos theory, this Classic Leather is part simplicity, part utter chaos. The chaotic lateral side of the shoe celebrates Ian Malcolm’s fashion sense and flashy lifestyle with a range of textures and patterns from floral to the saber-toothed tiger. The more simplistic medial side features the Jurassic Park logo and a brooch jewel detail nodding to the necklace Dr. Malcolm wears throughout the movie.

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Zig Devil Kinetica – Jurassic Park Jeeps ($140, GY8275) – The contemporary sport-style Zig Kinetica II is redesigned to resemble the park staff’s SUVs. The tongue incorporates leather webbing with details nodding to the vehicle’s rearview mirror and the famed electric fence, as well as a speckled midsole inspired by the high-speed chases through the mud.

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Club C Legacy – Mr. DNA ($100, GY0856) – This Club C Legacy pays homage to playful and informative Mr. DNA, the cartoon character that explains the process of recreating dinosaur DNA. The clear TPU outsole reveals a Mr. DNA strand logo on the bottom of the left shoe and a mosquito graphic on the right shoe. The Club C Legacy is finished with a cracked egg collar and bubbled heel.

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Club C 85 – Nedry ($110, GW0213) – The notorious Dennis Nedry makes his mark on the classic Club C from the floral print heel, reminiscent of the first shirt he wears in the film, to the zebra striped pony hair heel cap, which mimics the screensaver on Nedry’s computer. The shoe also features a bright yellow tongue in a rubber raincoat material in remembrance of Nedry’s failed attempt to escape from the island with the stolen dinosaur embryos.

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Jurassic Stomper – InGen ($200, GX5412) – Featuring a tough leather and neoprene upper, the Jurassic Stomper is strong enough to hold up to anything InGen workers encounter in the field. The shoe, inspired by the uniforms of the infield InGen staff, includes multiple patches which can be changed out depending upon your division within the morally questionable organization.

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