- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
- DURABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIAL: These sneakers feature open mesh upper for lightweight breathability with textile overlays for abrasion resistance
- EFFICIENT FOOT SUPPORT: These stylish trainers with injection-molded EVA midsole cradle for stability and cushioning; RopePro carbon rubber tech and molded toecap for durability and protection
- COMFORTABLE AND STURDY DESIGN: This footwear with low-cut design provides ankle mobility; Low-profile, anatomical shape with asymmetrical lacing for fit and natural foot movement
- HIGH-PERFORMANCE SPORT SHOES: Full-foot rubber FINN-patterned outsole for increased surface area and traction; Ideal for lifts, plyos, and rope climbs, and workouts
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Reebok Men's ROS Workout TR 2.0 Cross Trainer Shoes helps in lifts, plyos, and rope climbs permeate your workout and demand intense multi-directional movements. With a low-profile build, they stabilize lifts. The raised tread delivers dependable grip indoors or out, while RopePro shields from shred. Their durability is knowable, even if you are preparing for what's not known.
- Product Dimensions : 11.5 x 4.5 x 7.5 inches; 8.9 Ounces
- Item model number : CN0967
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : November 15, 2017
- Manufacturer : Reebok
- ASIN : B073XB4F65
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Positives - durable, comfortable wide toebox, stable platform for high rep lifting
Negatives - suitable for only short runs (sub 1 mile), needs a toe guard, laces are to long and skinny
The thing that's taken the most getting used to so far is the minimal heel drop. I've worn running shoes for every workout ever in life, and so to walk the 20 minutes to my Crossfit class on a concrete sidewalk requires a bit of adjustment, every step resulting in an audible but mild slapping sound of my toes as they land. This might also be due to the stiffness of the sole, which is not enough to be an issue, but enough to make the change in stride noticeable. There was also a bit of strain in my ankles from the difference in gait, but it also wasn't an issue. While I wouldn't recommend using them for long-distance walking or running, they did feel firm and secure during the "sweat" workouts that have both included a mix of weight lifting and laps around the track.They also feel well ventilated, and didn't apply unwanted pressure to any points on my feet.
Well recommended, and currently available for a very reasonable price on this site.
I wear a size 11-11.5 in nike and these fit in 9.5 and 10s. (I bought a second pair on sale at a store in town a half size down and they still fit well).
They have somehow managed to not absorb any odor either and my feet sweat A LOT even though these are some of the best vented shoes I've worn. I wear socks but you could reasonably go without in these if you prefer. They're also easy to clean in running water with a brush.
Just get them.