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A lightweight trainer thats been somewhat of an 'underground success' - The midsole uses a 'Boost-like' material (adidas bought Reebok a few years ago remember)
Being a brand thats been forgotten by many runners, this model has reignited the appeal and is a light, resposive and simply 'a nice shoe to run in'.
Look out for it online too and you'll most likely grab a real bargain!
A great shoe - flexible, good cushioning with a lively and responsive feel. Nice upper, fits like a track spike and more often than not, Reebok have an online sale so you'll bag these for 30% less than the RRP. Try them - most people that do love 'em!
Feels light on the feet, well balanced and relatively stable. It's for the neutral runner but feels more stable than the Boost/Ultra Boost from the parent brand.
TPU based midsole, it has the familiar feel of Boost (adidas) but feels a little more composed and better balanced. It is flexible in the forefoot so offers a nice toe-off and feels fast for a shoe that can handle everyday miles.
Light and breathable, it's neatly made and well shaped with the fit of a track spike.
A simple design offering enough traction and proves suprisingly hard-wearing for such a low profile design.
A rather simple shoe, it has gained from the research of parent company (adidas) in its use of the TPU based midsole and the result is a shoe that is better than the Boost/Ultra Boost etc. It feels more stable, better balanced and a little more composed.
The fit is nice, simply and straight forward - no fuss.
Search a little with regards price as more often than not Reebok, will have an online sale and be offering 25-30% discount across the store, so you'll grab a bargain!
Other than the TPU based (Boost) midsole - it is a rather simple shoe.
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