Frequently Asked Questions
Where are reebok shoes made?
- While the exact locations are not publicly disclosed, most Reebok shoes are manufactured in independent factories located in Asia, primarily in China and Vietnam
- Outsourcing allows Reebok to benefit from lower production costs and meet the high demand for their shoes globally. However, the brand has faced criticism for relying on overseas manufacturing, with concerns about labor practices and environmental impact. Reebok maintains that it adheres to ethical and environmental standards in its supply chain.
Here are a few additional details:
- Some Reebok shoes are also made in other countries, such as India, Indonesia, and Thailand.
- The company has been making efforts to reshore some production to the United States, with a factory in Michigan and a new facility planned for Rhode Island.
- Reebok is also investigating the use of more sustainable materials in its shoes, such as recycled plastic and cotton.
How to clean reebok classics?
- Remove the laces and insoles.
- Brush off loose dirt with a soft brush
2. Choose your cleaning solution:
Option A: Baking soda and laundry detergent:
- Mix 1 tablespoon baking soda, 1/2 tablespoon laundry detergent, and enough warm water to form a paste. Apply the paste to the shoes with a toothbrush, focusing on stained areas. Scrub gently and rinse with a damp cloth.
Option B: Hydrogen peroxide paste:
- Mix 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide, 1 tablespoon baking soda, and 1/2 tablespoon warm water into a paste. Apply the paste to the shoes with a toothbrush and scrub gently. Rinse with a damp cloth.
3. Clean the laces and insoles:
- Wash them with soap and water by hand or in a washing machine on a gentle cycle.
4. Dry your Classics:
- Stuff them with paper towels to help them maintain their shape.
- Air dry them out of direct sunlight.
5. Protect your shoes:
- Consider using a stain repellent spray to prevent future stains.