I saw my first pair of Reebok athletic shoes in 1985.
Terri, a former female co-worker, had a pair of baby blue low-top Reebok Freestyle sneakers.
My first thought was that they were cleanly styled and "cute looking."
It's been quite a while, and I still like the Freestyle a lot! So
do a lot of the gals!
Reebok also brought out similar low-top and high-top shoes for the guys under the model name "Ex-O-Fit." Around 2002, Reebok came out with the Reebok Exertion (for men) and Reebok Freedom (for women), updated designs with better cushioning features. Look here for a detailed comparison of the designs.
By the way, Terri quit being a software weenie a while back. She started her own custom clothing business, Pumpers Dancewear. Give her Website a visit if you need something to go with your favorite pair of sneakers!
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Last Updated: 22 February 2017
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