There are a lot of different kinds of workouts. And as any bonafide fitness professional can tell you, different workouts call for different gear — especially when it comes to footwear. Unfortunately, in practice, that’s not always the case. For instance, the HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) community has made a bad habit of using running shoes for decidedly non-running workouts. But Reebok is hoping to combat that with their first-ever HIIT Training Shoes.
While most running shoes are designed specifically to cushion the wearer’s feet during repetitive strides, they don’t really hold up all that well to HIIT workouts due to their frequent starts, stops, and varying movement types. By contrast, Reebok’s HIIT Training Sneakers were built with outsoles comprised of two high-performance rubbers made specifically for lateral movement control, an enhanced midfoot support cage for better plyometric stability, EVA foam cushioning for all-day comfort, and a mixed grip traction pattern to keep your feet from slipping on sometimes-slick gym floors. Pick up a pair for yourself today for $90 each.