While the NFL season is sadly not here yet, training camp does start this week, so there is hope on the horizon. While your favorite team prepares and creates game plans to get them ready for the new season, you should be thinking about doing the same. We aren’t talking about running drills and watching film, but as a fan, you need to get your gear together to show support for your team. So if you are going to need a new game day shoe for this season, check out the new colorways dropping of the Reebok Scrimmage.
A shoe born on the training turf in the early ’90s, there’s not a retro shoe out there that says “football” more than the Reebok Scrimmage. If you are a Cowboys, Dolphins, or Falcons fan, the Scrimmage is already available on Finishline.com in your team’s colors. If that’s not you, don’t worry, because Reebok has more colorways on the horizon in a variety of team themed colorways.
The Reebok Scrimmage will be available in two new team themed colorways. The first one is already here, and it features White, Sky Blue, and Black. Whether you are a Jacksonville Jaguar or a Carolina Panther, this colorway of the Scrimmage will be perfect to show off your team spirit come football season. The second pair that is releasing later this July consists of a Black and Gold color scheme that will have you asking, who dat? Saints fans love showing off how proud they are of their team, and the Black/Gold colorway of the Reebok Scrimmage is the perfect shoe to rock when the Saints come marching in.
In August, we are going to see a couple more team colorways from Reebok as well. Whether you root for the Buffalo Bills, the New England Patriots, or the New York Giants, this first colorway will be perfect for you. Featuring Royal Blue, Red, and White, this shoe will match all your team gear for next season. Last up on the upcoming Scrimmage colorways pays homage to the West Coast with a Black and Silver color scheme. Raiders fans can show how tough they are all season long while wearing this aggressive training shoe.
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