Hexalite is most famed and idolized cushioning system that Reebok Classic have ever introduced and as a tribute to it, they are now preparing for the Reebok release 2016 of a “CLS:HX” pack. Since most sneakerheads are probably not able to figure what this collection’s nickname is referring to, it is actually an acronym for “Standing for Class: Hexalite.” The nickname of this collection is also a reference to Reebok’s new CLS:HX Advance Runner that is a part of this pack along with several other classic Reebok models that sneakersheads are likely familiar with.
The Reebok Hexalite was a cushioning technology that the brand introduced back in 1990 for its capability to disperse or scatter shock. Over the years, athletes have worn Reebok sneakers equipped with Hexalite cushioning in sports like basketball, running, tennis, and training. A honeycomb was the source of inspiration for this cushioning technology because of how naturally light yet strong a honeycomb tends to be. The durability of the Hexalite cushioning setup is a result of the thermoplastic urethane layer that covers it, enabling it to continue performing optimally and retain its shape.
Apart from the debuting CLS:HX Advance Runner, the Reebok Insta Pump Fury, the Reebok Ventilator and the Reebok Ventilator Adapt are also included in this upcoming collection. This Advance Runner from Reebok has been designed to be a mix of modern and vintage, with a sleek and smooth mesh upper, while the Hexalite cushioning is visible in the heel. Although not identical, the tech-mesh uppers of four sneakers are dressed up in somewhat similar color schemes consisting of Coral, Grey and Blue hues.
Thus, this year will mark not only mark the debuting Reebok release 2016 of the CLS:HX Advance Runner but also the arrival of a new Insta Pump Fury, Ventilator and Ventilator Adapt rendition. Sneakerheads can expect the entire “CLS:HX” pack to hit the shelves in the United States in the near future.