Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Reebok International Limited (RBK)

3/8/2005 Proxy Information

During 2004, Reebok entered into an arrangement with an entity controlled by Mr. Fireman to utilize his private yacht for corporate purposes in Athens, Greece during the 2004 Summer Olympics. Reebok paid for such use based on the per day normal charter rate for the yacht and for all out of pocket expenses, including without limitation, fuel, dockage fees, food and beverage and service charges. The total amount paid to this entity was $171,000 during 2004. The Management Development and Corporation Committee approved this transaction.

3/22/2004 Proxy Information

Paul R. Duncan served as Executive Vice President of Reebok from February 1990 until December 1998 and January 2000 until January 2001.

Reebok adopted an Executive Loan Program for certain executives back in 2000 in connection with a long-term retention plan. At the beginning of 2003, Mr. Watchmaker and Mr. Pillow as executive officers were each indebted individually to Reebok in the amount of $92,039 (with interest accruing at 6.21% per year). On January 24, 2004, these loans were paid in full.

3/24/2003 Proxy Information

n April 1999, the Company and the Harlem Globetrotters International, Inc. (the "Globetrotters") amended and restated an earlier 1996 agreement, to extend the arrangement between the companies through March 31, 2002 (the "1999 Agreement"). Under the 1999 Agreement, Reebok was the exclusive athletic footwear and apparel sponsor of the Globetrotters and was granted a license to produce and sell Reebok products bearing the Globetrotters' team trademark for a royalty payment of 5% of Reebok's production cost, with specified guaranteed royalty payments. The 1999 Agreement provided that Reebok pay the Globetrotters $200,000 per year and supply to the Globetrotters Reebok products having an aggregate wholesale value not to exceed $50,000 per year. During 2002, Reebok did not make any payments to the Globetrotters under the 1999 Agreement, but did pay approximately $62,000 for special promotional appearances and sponsorships. Reebok also supplied products to the Globetrotters with an approximate wholesale value of $50,000. The 1999 Agreement expired pursuant to its own terms on March 31, 2002, and was not extended. Mannie L. Jackson, a former director of Reebok, is the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and majority owner of the Globetrotters. Mr. Jackson tendered his voluntary resignation from the Reebok Board of Directors in July 2002.