It feels like Reebok doesn’t pull unearthed models from its archives nearly enough so when they do unleash a pair, it’s always special. For instance, the Reebok Aztec is one of those “sight for sore eyes” styles that we can always stand to see more of and luckily, the brand delivers a gem.

To see the runner in 2015 really puts into perspective how far Reebok’s running technology has come, but that doesn’t make the pair any less wavy. They’ve been presented in their original form here with blue suede, mesh and leather setting the tone for vibrant red and yellow form stripes to bounce off of. Staying true to form, the shoes take it back to ’79 with a build that boasts a dual density midsole, replaceable rubber carbon heel and speed lacing system as well.

The Reebok Aztec OG comes complete with a nifty little picture book detailing their rich history as a running shoe and special edition packaging that features a photo in the box's lid. You’ll be able to pick them up on Aug. 1 from spots like Sneaker Politics.

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