The Reebok Aztrek, a classic 90s sneaker, is slated to return to retailers later this month for the first time since the kicks debuted 25 years ago. 

Originally launched for all terrain in 1993, Aztrek inspired people to take a different path. Combining functionality with unique style, designer Christian Tresser’s distinguishable features include the Aztrek’s asymmetrical toe design and Diamond Stud rubber outsole. 

Initially built for resisting abrasion and to provide stability and traction on all terrain, the sneaker featured innovative details. Now, after a 25-year hiatus, the shoe is back for a new generation. A versatile runner then, a style statement today - especially given the booming "dad shoe" movement. The kicks are slated to make their return in two colorways, including a white, teal & black offering as well as a cream, royal blue and pink rendition. 

The Reebok Aztrek is available for pre-sale now via and will officially launch at Reebok retailers on July 19th for the retail price of $100.