DrZo
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    October 5, 2013
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    October 5, 2013
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A lightweight trainer that delivers the essentials, the Reebok ONE Trainer 1.0 comes equipped with a breathable upper, durable heel strike, and a soft, cushioning sockliner.
 
Overall ratingĀ 
3 / 5
3 / 5
PostedOctober 5, 2013
Age:25-34
Gender:male
Did you receive the product as a free sample:No
Training Purpose:stay in shape
Frequency:6+ times per week
Size
Feels Full Size Too Small
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Feels Full Size Too Big
Feels half size too big
Width
Runs Narrow
Runs slightly narrow
Runs Wide
Runs slightly narrow
Comfort
Uncomfortable
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Comfortable
Durability
Below Expectations
Below Expectations
Exceeded Expectations
Below Expectations
Built Reebok Tough?
About 2 months ago I bought a pair of Reebok One Trainer's from a Reebok outlet in Branson, MO. I only use these shoes to work out in a couple times a week and I was pleasantly surprised during my first couple of uses. I'd been wanting a pair of CF shoes for a little while, and these were a little more affordable than the CF labeled trainers. They're comfortable, fit well, and are great for running and/or jumping. My only quandary is that trying to move laterally in this guys is a little dangerous...let me explain:
During the first workout that I had done that included lateral movements, one of the lace loops toward the top of the left shoe popped and I almost turned my ankle. I was a real fan of these shoes, but, now, only 2 months after buying them, they're just sitting in my closet... This might be just one of those freak cases.
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