Arriving This Weekend: Reebok’s ZPump Rise “Water Pack”

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This has been a great week so far for basketball fans! The NBA returned Tuesday and on Wednesday, British athletic footwear and apparel company Reebok announced the second pack for the new ZPump Rise basketball sneaker will arrive at retailers this Sunday (November 1).

Reebok continues to bring heat to the ZPump Rise performance basketball sneaker with the “Cloud Pack” which officially launched on October 15th (see it here). Reebok introduces the second of three drops this season – the ZPump Rise “Water Pack.” 

The ZPump RiseWater Pack” has a watersplash themed graphic overlay on the upper, executed in three different colorways: purple, red and black.  The kicks will retail for $124.99 at retailers including Finish Line and Reebok.com.

From a technology standpoint, Reebok‘s patented Pump technology takes custom fit back to the court with a true performance basketball sneaker.

The ZPump Rise incorporates a lightweight, fully customizable air filled cage that pumps up and molds to any player’s foot for a locked-in custom fit.

By using only 3 key lightweight parts, this shoe delivers both high performance features as well as wearable comfort. The fusion compression sleeve offers a seamless and irritation-free upper to enhance any modern basketball playerÂčs game. The construction of the internal mesh bootie is designed to provide all-over foot support for vertical and lateral movements on the court. But what makes this sneaker stand out from the rest is the fully customizable Pump Air-Cage that provides the foot with a locked-in custom fit and added support so you can excel at your game.

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