While Nike has been the clear frontrunner in the sneaker races with Nike Considered, Nike Be True, Nike Trash Talk, and of course Nike+, Reebok has been making some big strides lately. First, they launched their delicious Kool-Aid kicks. Now the footwear giant has debuted the Freestyle World Tour Collection.

February: Tokyo Who: Ai Yasuda, one of Tokyo’s first NFL cheerleaders (pictured) Shoe: Bright neon colors and an infused foil print inspired by the city's metro map

March: Paris Who: French singer/songwriter Yelle Shoe: Black, white and red all over, with pink bows–like a girly newspaper

May: New Delhi Who: Bollywood actress Sagarika Ghatge Shoe: Textured pink with purple trim and polka dots will help cushion the Bhangra

July: Madrid Who: Spanish model Bimba Bose Shoe: Gold and ruffly–inspired by the flair of flamenco dancers

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