What to look for in Reebok Women's Realflex Train 4.0 Cross-Trainer Shoe?
100 Synthetic Imported Synthetic sole Breathable mesh upper Lock-in Adaptalink fit system EVA midsole 2D midfoot fade print Real Flex grooved outsole
Is this what you need when you buy Reebok Women's Realflex Train 4.0 Cross-Trainer Shoe?
Let your foot flex with the Reebok RealFlex Train 4.0. A grooved outsole with carbon rubber on the forefoot and heel makes for a flexible, durable shoe. A breathable mesh upper, EVA midsole, and removable sockliner keeps this shoe ultra-comfortable, while the lock-in Adaptalink fit system secures your foot.
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.
Customer reviewsGreat for higher impact workouts
I use these for Body Combat RIPPED training Les Mills cardio training . Other reviews mention the insole being a bit hard firm and not as soft as the previous editions of this shoe. It s true that the cushioning is firm but when you apply weight i.e. step and jump in the shoe the firmness does give way to absorb the impact while maintaining a firm foundation. I m sensitive to cushioning as I broke my foot last year and have a plate and screws in my foot now, and I feel impact more than I used to in that broken foot. These shoes do protect my feet from impact very well. The sole also has excellent tread and thickness. I also like the fusetie strip, it holds the lace tightness well so I don t have to re-tighten my laces in the middle of class. I agree with other reviews that these are snug fitting shoes and would be better for people with narrow feet - I have narrow feet and I love the fit. If you are typically wider I wouldn t recommend these as you will likely feel obvious pinching tightness.