The design of the Reup jumped off from a previous concept design that was never prototyped. Development testing utilized the Yums Pro/Am skate/BMX team. The toe box used a stitch-and-turn pattern which increased the shoe's lifespan. The tongue used a two-stage foam pad and the sock was made with closed cell foam used in high-performance running shoes. A suede version was also produced.
On the heels of the Reup Mid came the Steezy Low. Inspired by the California skate scene, the Steezy was designed to fit lower on the ankle in breathable pig suede. The tongue used the same two-stage foam pad and the sock was also made with closed cell foam used in high-performance running shoes. A tactical ballistic nylon version was also produced.