The Instapump Fury Memory Of renders the original sneaker in the vein of an exploded-view drawing, separating its familiar components to evoke its initial form. The back of the shoe is remodelled using the flexible bridges which normally appear in the middle hole of the pump bladder from which the sneaker takes its name. Utilizing Reebok’s The Pump Technology, an inflation technology developed in 1989 to offer athletes a customed, locked-in fit, the bladder itself increases in volume, adding to the floaty relief look of the design – a detail similarly echoed in the effect of the seam allowance. Peeling away the shoe’s layers, the foam around the heel is exposed in its natural colour along with mesh applied the toe. The flame-shaped mudguard around the toe box is largely stripped of seams, fuelling the three-dimensional relief impression. The Instapump Fury is constructed in mesh and fabric-covered TPU and features an EVA sole with hexalite detailing and a TPU outsole.