Reebok 2022 sales, discounts up to 50% on shoes and clothing

Reebok 2022 sales, discounts up to 50% on shoes and clothing

Reebok 2022 sales

UPDATE 20/01/2022: several offers still available and we have added new items to our personalized product list.

After Adidas and Geox, the 2022 winter sales are also available on the Reebok store and the discounts are also in this very high case, given that we are talking about price cuts that reach 50% of their original price. Just like the two brands mentioned in the initial stages, we are talking about very high quality items with a sporty soul, and being able to buy them for up to half the price means getting great deals.

As you can easily guess, the current sales hold account of the most varied clothing: from classic sneakers to backpacks designed to put all objects in their place, passing through sweatshirts, trousers and all kinds of footwear. Finding what you need, therefore, will not be a problem and you will be happy to know that the products that enjoy the 50% discount are many, which means that there is a high probability of bringing you useful items home at bargain prices. >
As usual, we propose one or more articles that, in our opinion, could catch your attention, taking into consideration the time of year in which we find ourselves. And that's why we suggest you take a look at the Outerwear Urban Fleece Parka, a women's jacket that can keep you warm and protect you from the rain, thanks to the water-repellent lining and the adjustable hood with drawstring. A jacket capable of keeping you dry, therefore excellent for this season of the year, whose price of € 120 is halved to only € 66.

Generic photos. Also available in the men's variant and with the same discount percentage, Parka Outerwear Urban Fleece is a jacket with a comfortable cut and a casual style, therefore suitable for all kinds of situations. There are hundreds of offers and there are equally good products that deserve consideration, especially now that their price has plummeted. In this regard, we do not want to delay any longer, inviting you to immediately visit the promotional page, where 55 pages of crazy offers await you. In any case, below we have selected a short list of items with the best discounts, so that you can quickly check which are the best deals.

We leave you, therefore, to the various offers in the catalog, remembering to subscribe to ours four Telegram channels dedicated to offers, which is the ideal place to promptly receive information on all the best offers in progress on the various stores on the occasion of the 2022 winter sales, with specific channels dedicated to: Offers, Hardware & Tech, Clothing and Sports and products Chinese. Happy shopping!

Our product selection

Parka Outerwear Urban Fleece | 66,00 € (120,00 €) MYT Warm-Up Trousers | € 30.00 (€ 50.00) MYT Detail Leggings | 22,50 € (45,00 €) Reebok Royal EC Ride 4 Shoes | 32,50 € (50,00 €) Reebok Lux Strappy Medium-Impact Sports Bra | € 21.00 (€ 35.00) Short Epic Lightweight | 35,96 € (44,95 €) Tight Workout Ready | 32,00 € (40,00 €) United By Fitness Seamless High Rise Leggings | 38,50 € (70,00 €) Reebok Royal Techque T LX Shoes | 48,75 € (75,00 €) Sports Bra Les Mills High-Neck | 17,50 € (35,00 €) Training Essentials Tape Pack T-Shirt | 15,00 € (25,00 €) Beatnik shoes | € 66.00 (€ 120.00) Thermowarm + Graphene Zip-Up Hoodie | 70,00 € (100,00 €) Short Reebok Identity | € 16.50 (€ 30.00)

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Here’s What We Know About the Future of Reebok as the Deal With ABG Nears Closing

When Authentic Brands Group (ABG) announced in August that it would acquire Reebok from Adidas, it began the journey of completing arguably the biggest shoe deal of 2021.

The $2.5 billion deal is expected to close in Q1 2022. As that completion date nears, certain details of the footwear brand’s trajectory are already coming to light, such as licensing partnerships, design strategies and retail sales targets.

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Under ABG, CEO Jamie Salter said Reebok will see global retail sales of more than $5 billion in 2022. In the next five years, the goal is to hit $10 billion in annual retail sales globally. ABG also plans to grow Reebok’s digital business, as well as lean into the footwear and apparel designs that have made Reebok unique.

To formulate the plan, Salter is working alongside ABG president and CMO Nick Woodhouse, as well as former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal (the second-largest individual shareholder of the company behind dozens of brand and retailer acquisitions, including Forever 21, Barneys New York and JCPenney). O’Neal has unique perspective on Reebok — in 1992, he signed a multiyear year deal with the athletic brand worth $15 million, and they launched a series of sneakers, including the popular Reebok Shaq Attaq. When he joined ABG, O’Neal became a crucial part of helping push the company through the acquisition process.

Salter told FN recently that under ABG, Reebok will bring back some of O’Neal’s classic shoes and also allow employees to lean into designs that they couldn’t fully explore under Adidas’ leadership.

“We basically said to the employees: show us what you want to do, tell us what you want to do,” Salter said regarding his approach to design and product at Reebok in an interview with FN. “It’s going to be sort of a bonanza.”

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In the last few months, ABG has announced partnerships with different licensing groups to help distribute Reebok across the globe. In November, ABG signed a deal with SPARC Group to make it the official licensee and operating partner for Reebok in the U.S. Under the agreement, SPARC will handle sourcing and manufacturing and oversee retail and e-commerce operations for Reebok in the U.S.

Beyond the U.S., ABG in December signed a deal with Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Limited (ABFRL) to give the Indian fashion company exclusive distribution and sales rights for Reebok products in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

And today, ABG signed a license agreement with Tristate Holdings Limited for it to be the core licensee and operator for Reebok in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Tristate currently operates licenses for the Nautica and Spyder brands, which are also owned by ABG.

Unlike the struggling brands that ABG typically goes for, Reebok has already showed early signs of success. According to The NPD Group Inc., Reebok’s U.S. sales were up 76% in the first six months of 2021, versus 36% for the industry. This growth reflected both men’s and women’s sales.

“It’s one of those brands that is globally famous and has permission to play in many fields, whether it’s fashion, whether it’s performance, whether it’s athletic, whether it’s athleisure,” Woodhouse told FN. “It’s kind of hard for the brand to fail.”

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