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- Performance and comfort go hand in hand in the eye-catching and reliable Crossfit Nano 4.0 Solar sneaker from Reebok®!
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Performance and comfort go hand in hand in the eye-catching and reliable Crossfit Nano 4.0 Solar sneaker from Reebok®! Open weave mesh upper wit Duracage protective synthetic overlays for a breathable and durable fit. RopePro protection wrap. Lace-up front for a snug fit. Textile lining and a cushioned footbed for added comfort. Multi-surface outsole for traction. Forefoot and heel pods provide cushioning and shock absorption. 4mm heel to toe drop for stability. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 10 oz Product measurements were taken using size 12, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
- Package Dimensions: 12.9 x 9.3 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B014CSK4QA
- Item model number: M43436
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 11, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top customer reviews
I've been doing crossfit for a while now & was tired of wearing my running shoes to lift in.
I put these on & immediatly found a difference. I was debating these or another pair of minimalist running shoes. I'm glad I chose theses.
They fit like a glove and I like the response I feel off the floor.
White material scuffs easily on black rubber mats in the gym.
Overall very satisfied.
Now that I am not the youngest thing in the world, I am noticing that things like shoe comfort are a most and not just a nice thing to have. So as I have begun my trek as a full grown adult, I would say these are one of the best pair of shoes I've owned in a while that are not specific to something. I've always been a fan of cross training shoes because they are good for whatever you want to do in them whether it's walking, running, exercising, or sitting in front of your TV watching television. <---- Yeah, that one.
I was also pleased with the color. I am not into the colorful shoes and despite being green these are very neutral. They look good when paired with typical blue, grey, black, etc. workout clothes.
I'm not into the Cross Fit nonsense. I use these for deadlifts, leg press, squats and general weight lifting. I couldn't decide if I wanted the MX20's from New Balance or these, so I bought both. And for the record, I also bought the Asics Gel Craze TR shoe as well. :) But those shoes are so disparate from the Nano and the MX20 that I can't draw a fair comparison.
Anyway... after owning these shoes for 2-3 months I can say that they work fine for everything i use them for, but in truth, I'm beginning to realize how specialized these shoes are and that they're really not the best shoe for the types of exercises I do. They really are meant for the Cross Fit crazies. 1. The cage like mesh around the toe and the additional toe support in general is meant specifically for rope climbs. It adds a bit of weight to the shoe for this purpose and it also makes your toe feel a bit boxed in. Also, the boxy toe is there to provide support for burpies and other exercises in which your body will be prone. You don't really need a shoe this rigid if you're just going to do general weight lifting - although I will say that the added toe support works great for leg press. You'll often find that when you're pressing heavy weight, your feet get pushed out and up, and the toe support is well appreciated at that time. However, the MX20's give me the same support, but a less boxy and lighter feel overall.
Overall, this is a very good shoe. I don't regret my purchase, but in my opinion, this is a very specialized shoe that's best suited for the Cross Fit crazies.