Pyer Moss is releasing the Reebok Experiment 4 Fury Trail seen at its Collection 3 "Sister" runway show in Brooklyn. The Kerby Jean-Raymond-helmed label has reworked the Reebok with a variety of bold colors, mixed fabrics and intricate details, with some only spotted after a second or third glance at the retro-futuristic model.

The sneaker plays on the Reebok Instapump Fury, adding Winter-ready design elements such as a rugged trail-indebted outsole and mesh to its upper. Jean-Raymond takes on a geometric approach with the aesthetics for this sneaker, using blocks of color and angular shapes to further define the upper.

Salmon pink has been used on the leather lace cover - which sports dual branding and white sketches underneath on the nylon fabric structure - while black mesh overlayed with yellow leather works the main body of the shoe. White rectangular shapes are seen towards the toe box, while grey rubber further contrasts the sneaker by adding accentuated geometric shapes and embossed branding at the rear.

A multicolored rubber heel tab, bright red lining and a black sole unit complete this unique runway offering. Take a closer look at the Reebok by Pyer Moss Experiment 4 Fury Trail in the gallery above, and pick up a pair for yourself at, and select retailers such as Allike for $250 USD on November 2.

In related news, New Balance has released a new hiking-inspired sneaker called the Trail Hierro V5.