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Shoe Review: Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0

Cross training shoes have a difficult task at hand. While most shoes are designed for one specific purpose, such as running shoes are designed for nothing other than running, cross trainers are designed for multiple ranges of activities. So just exactly how do you design a shoe that can perform at high levels across a wide range of various functions? We haven’t figured out the answer to this question yet, but Reebok has. Designed for the toughest competition on the planet, the Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 is the ideal cross trainer, performing exceptionally no matter if you are lifting, sprinting, jumping, or whatever else you could think of.

Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0

One feature that makes the Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 a great cross training shoe is the breathable mesh upper. It has a low-cut profile for optimum mobility, however, it has lateral support structures to ensure that the shoe holds your foot in place no matter how intense your movements are. In addition, the shock absorbing EVA midsole will keep your feet cushioned and reduce the amount of harmful strain that could cause injuries while training. To ensure that your shoes don’t wear down after hours upon hours of training, the CrossFit Nano 2.0 has a DuraGrip toe-cap for additional durability. The last thing you want a good trainer to have is mobility, and thanks to the forefoot flex grooves in the outsole, this shoe’s mobility is top of the notch.

Not only is the Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 a top flight performer in the cross training category, but it is also one of the best looking. Its low cut profile complete with Reebok’s signature branding on the side gives it that classic yet up-to-date stylish look. The shoe is available now on Finishline.com, and is offered in a variety of colorways that will fit your style and taste.

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