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Reebok Men's Realflex Transition 2.0 Cross-Training Shoe
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- Synthetic and mesh
- Rubber sole
- Multi-directional flex nodes allow for natural motion
- High-abrasion rubber outsole
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Men's Reebok, RealFlex Transition A lightweight training shoe designed to promote natural foot movement Single layer polyester mesh upper for lightweight breathability Synthetic overlays at the toe and heel for support Realflex Transition adds reinforcements in the front and back to enhance stability throughout your workout Lined collar and added heel counter for extra comfort Molded sockliner for additional cushioning Individual flex-friendly nodes are designed to help your feet move and flex naturally as you walk
The Reebok RealFlex Transition 2.0 Cross-Training Shoe combines flexibility with stability to provide a comfortable training experience. Utilizing RealFlex technology, this lightweight cross-trainer offers both lateral support and flex in the forefoot to promote your foot's natural rolling motion. A flexible outsole with multidirectional nodes provides traction, while Fuseframed construction adds stability.
- Lightweight, durable polyester mesh upper
- RealFlex construction promotes natural motion
- Sock liner with cushioning foam adds comfort
- Flexible outsole with multidirectional nodes for traction
- Double-layer heel counter increases stability
Lightweight Mesh Upper and Sock Liner for Comfort
The RealFlex Transition 2.0 features a single-layer polyester mesh upper with a hot-melt applique that increases durability without adding extra weight. A fully lined collar, thin micro-suede tongue, and molded sock liner with cushioning foam keep your feet comfortable.
RealFlex Follows Foot's Natural Movement
Reebok's RealFlex construction supports your foot's natural rolling motion by moving and flexing with you. This promotes lateral stability and accommodates foot expansion during the course of your workout.
Multidirectional Nodes for Traction
The shoe's carbon rubber outsole contains 76 individual flex nodes that provide multidirectional grip. Double-layer heel counters and a reinforced toe and heel increase stability while running, jumping, and stretching.
What's in the Box
Reebok Men's RealFlex Transition 2.0 Cross-Training Shoe
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B006T9ASNK
- Item model number: RealFlex Transition 2.0-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 22, 2011
- 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
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Discomfort around the ankle due to rough edge
Note: Runs half a size smaller
My Size: 6ft and 190lbs
Lately I have been trying out more minimalist shoes for day to day wear, trail running and gym work, I also own a pair of Nike Free's. Given the price I figured I would give Reebok another shot. When I got them out of the box I noticed instantly that they are nowhere near as flexible and bendable as the Nike Free's. I consider this shoe more of a running shoe with a more rigid sole that is designed similarly to the free. Overall the shoes are comfortable to walk in but over the course of the day I noticed the back of the heel was digging into my foot. Not enough to blister but enough to make slightly irritated to touch, definitely sore. I have run some small distances in these shoes and they feel good and stable but I would still not want to run further than ten miles on the road with these.
I would recommend these shoes for walking shoes, light running and possibly some trail running.
For the money it is a pretty decent shoe.
These shoes? Not so much. My only regret is not buying another pair while this specific version was still available.
They do, however, run small. I ordered a pair at first in my normal size (12D), only to find out that they were short and unbearable to wear. I exchanged them for a pair in 13D, and it's been smooth sailing ever since.
I've run mile after mile in these shoes, including a Warrior Dash, have hiked, biked, lounged, studied, worked and just about everything else you can imagine in these shoes. When I replace them, I can honestly say that I will be more than a little sad to see them go.
I hope you love these as much as I do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I only rated this low because they didn't fit right. All my other shoes are this size and fit comfortably.Published 7 months ago by Tom Lindner
Great shoe! Right size. Had for a year now and still in great condition after playing sports in it as well.Published 11 months ago by Marcus B.
Reebok shoes are always too small and has lost quality over the years while the prices remain high. Reebok is my worst shoe company. Read morePublished 11 months ago by William Brittingham
This is a really late review. I bought these two years ago when I got back from my mission. They are awesome! They are very comfortable and durable. I use these for cross training. Read morePublished 12 months ago by DQuicksilva
Durable shoe, I've worn them nearly every day for the past 6 months and they show no sign of breaking down.Published 17 months ago by Matt65