- Materials: mesh engineered to create breathability
- Best for: Long distance runs, including marathons, half marathons, 10Ks
- Stabilizing EVA foam rim centers and balances your foot throughout gait cycle
- Supportive 3D heel cradle is specially contoured to help eliminate heel irritation
- Floatride Foam technology provides soft and lightweight cushioning for a responsive feel
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Built for speed, the float ride run fast cushions feet while staying incredibly lightweight. Our float ride foam stays responsive to your movements throughout your gait cycle, providing support every step of the way. Every piece of these high performance men's running shoes is engineered to reduce irritation, friction and anything else that might weigh you down as you're racing toward the finishing line.
Reebok was founded for one of the best reasons possible: athletes wanted to run faster. So in the 1890s, Joseph William Foster made some of the first known running shoes with spikes in them. By 1895, he was in business making shoes by hand for top runners; and before long his fledgling company, J.W. Foster and Sons, developed an international clientele of distinguished athletes.
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1. There is a weird strap along the inside center edge of the shoes that holds the tongue of the shoe down, but as I was putting these on they bunches up. If I didn’t put my finger inside the shoe and smooth the strap out just right, it hurt my foot and felt annoying. I didn’t like this.
2. These are definitely not for wide feet. I wear a 6.5-7 in regular shoes (often size up to a 7 because I have wide feet) and a 7.5 in running shoes. I bought these in a 7.5. I could feel tightness around the forefoot, so I loosened the laces there a little. It helped some, but by the end of my 6 mile run (and in the middle of it) my toes felt numb.
3. The laces feel like they would break easily. They do not seem very durable. And they don’t have enough lace to double knot.
4. The ankle did not feel secure as I ran. Despite being tight on the forefoot, it felt like it was slipping on the ankle.
5. I felt a lot of friction between my foot and the road, heating up my feet. And it was a foggy, cold morning.
In all, I’d rather stick to my heavier Brooks Ghost shoes than wear these. I am still in search of a lightweight shoe that can deliver adequate support and cushion.