While Reebok’s casual offerings like the Club C and retro Pumps get the bulk of attention for the brand, the shoemaker can also crank out high-performance athletic footwear with the best of ’em. Nowhere is that more true than in the company’s top-selling Nano line of trainers, and now Reebok has just unveiled its most innovative training shoe yet in the lightweight and versatile Nano X2.
Set to take on practically any workout, the forthcoming release sits on a meticulously crafted rubber outsole with a lug pattern, capable of providing top-tier traction in all scenarios, even rope climbing, thanks to its ROPEPRO midfoot teeth. The shoes are also rounded out with Floatride Energy Foam at the forefoot, providing incredible responsive cushioning — in other words, the more of a sweat you work up, the more these shoes show out.
Another standout element about the Nano X2 has got to be its unique trademark Flexweave knit upper, which allows for immense breathability and comfort no matter how strenuous your exercise routine may be. Lastly, the shoe’s supportive heel clip makes these an incredibly comfortable and stable set of trainers, whether you’re at the gym or just running daily errands.
These are some comfortable, high-performance training shoes that are also good-looking enough to wear outside the gym, further adding to their versatility. The Nano X2 will be available on Reebok’s site in a handful of colors beginning April 1st and are priced at $135.
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