The next generation Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 is here! You the community have asked for more flexibility and breathability while maintaining stability in your footwear. The same low profile platform balances cushioning and low-to-ground feel so you can sta
My husband bought these for me as my first pair of CrossFit shoes for Mother's Day last year. I LOVE THEM. They have been through hundreds of WODs (literally) and have held up amazingly considering everything I've put them through. I've washed them several times to keep them looking nice and haven't had any issues with quality.
The one thing I would note - I think they do have a life limit (just like running shoes). Within the past couple months, I've felt like my toes have been hurting a little after WODs. I don't know if this is because I just keep tightening them & they're pulling against my toes or if I finally wore them out.
I do CrossFit religiously 5-6 days a week & have worn this single pair of Nanos for every WOD in the past year. So, I think they were worth every penny and then some. I finally broke down & bought the Nano 3.0. (Which I love because the toe box is a tad more firm so I'm thinking those will hold up even longer. Way to listen to your customers, Reebok!)
Let nothing stand in the way of elite fitness. This lifting shoe weighs only 13.4 ounces (380gms) and has injected TPU in the heel wedge for the lightest weight stability platform. U-form technology gives you a super custom fit.
Before buying these, I did some research on the point behind lifting shoes. I couldn't figure out why I needed a whole other pair of shoes just for lifting. Let's just say I figured it out. I noticed the difference the moment I put them on & did my first lift.
The bottoms are rock solid so you're foot isn't giving, like it would on the rubber tread of a Nano. And the raise in the heel is the perfect height to help you get lower in your squat if flexibility is an issue. Even if it's not, it makes you more comfortable and stable in the bottom, thus resulting in safer, better quality lifts.
As for the U-form technology, I was a little nervous to put these in the oven. But luckily, my shoes didn't catch on fire & I could tell the difference after heating them vs before. They fit more snug and secure, but not uncomfortable. I would compare it to the way memory foam conforms to your body. Not as "fluffy", but definitely an added bonus to these already great shoes.
Born from the trenches of Spartan Races, the Reebok All-Terrain Super is engineered with more cushioning and stability for longer distance races. The All-Terrain Series has been designed in partnership with the Reebok Spartan Race community and elite race
To be fair, I haven't run an OCR in these yet. I bought them for Spartan. My husband & I will be running back-to-back Super / Sprint in May so I'll update my review after putting them to the test. (Which is the reason I'm only giving it 4 stars - for now.)
That being said, we've run numerous OCRs including Spartan, Tough Mudder and Warrior Dash. Just trying these on, I can tell Reebok got it right. I was surprised by how light weight they are. They feel like air, yet you can tell they have solid construction. The H2O drains & rugged tread were well thought out and are ideal for OCRs, especially as far as mud is concerned.
The real test comes in how much mud they'll hold vs release and if they'll hold up on long runs, like the Spartan Beast (which was 15 miles last year). My husband has back problems so I'm interested to see how much extra support the Super Terrain really has over the regular version of this shoe. Will be sure to note this in my updated review. After doing two Spartans in two days, that should give me a good idea on how comfortable they'll be for the long haul & if they'll hold up. Stay tuned...
Get fit to go further with the Reebok ONE Knit Short. This go-to fitness silhouette is better than ever thanks to moisture-wicking PlayDry technology, a subtle fitness graphic, and a motion-friendly inner leg gusset.
I bought these for my husband to give him another option for training shorts. He raves about how comfortable they are and their breath-ability. They're now his go-to for training shorts. I may have to buy him a few more pairs. I will note, that he says they're a tad too long for running. Otherwise, he loves them.
Our performance training short features an extra wide stretch waistband that sits lower on the hip for comfort and fit. Lightweight 4-way stretch woven fabric and modified split leg seams allow for enhanced range of motion and make this an ideal short for all types of workouts. Discreet, clean finished bonded pocket at interior waistband. Inner brief with antimicrobial fabric that help keep you cool and dry. Concealed stretch drawcord for customizable fit.
These are great shorts & perfect for CrossFit, but they tend to run a little loose/large. I am 4'10", 115#. I bought a size small and they were too loose. They fit okay after first washing them, but I feel like the waistband becomes a little too loose during working out due to sweat. All the way around, the fit seems to be a tad large. Like they need to be tapered more in the butt/hip area. The leg openings are great, but the rest is just big.
An advanced women's running shoe designed for mild to moderate pronators, the Reebok ONE Guide features a three-foam midsole for comfort, flatter medial arch for stability, and an outsole release zone to help maximize stride integrity.
I pronate when I run & have been looking for a good stability shoe for awhile now. I was thrilled when I saw Reebok came out with this shoe, specifically designed for pronators. It has just enough stability without being too heavy. The first day I got them, I went on a 7 mile run & had zero problems. No blisters from not breaking them in. No shin splints. And they are so comfortable! I only put slightly exceeded expectations on the durability aspect because I haven't had the shoe long enough to give a fair judgement of it's durability. But, I own several pairs of Reebok's & they all hold up great so I expect the same from these. Long story short, I would highly recommend these to anyone looking for a good stability shoe.