All Reebok Shoe Reviews
Although Reebok has a history of producing weightlifting shoes and trainers of all types, these were targeted to the Olympic lifting and general fitness markets respectively. In that time, no model line has received near the amount of fanfare as the new 2012 Crossfit designs.
Listed below are our latest reviews on the Reebok shoes designed for Crossfit and/or weight lifting. In addition to our editorial review, we also have a comments section for users to rate and discuss each shoe. Our expert analysis includes a full breakdown of each shoe and cover the pros and cons, best place to buy along with specifics such as construction material, heel height and more.
- Reebok has managed to pack a lot of features into a single shoe in order to meet the demands of the Crossfitter. The Nano 2.0 picks up where the previous model left off, tweaking the original design based on real world testing. Still having the same overall feel, the new Nano is an improvement on an already impressive design.Undoubtedly the most anticipated shoe released in 2011, the Reebok CrossFit Oly is designed to be the first ever multi functional weightlifting shoe. We put it to the test and see if it can really replace all your other trainers without sacrificing the intensity or agility of your workouts.A CrossFit trainer designed to lift, run, climb and jump in without sacrificing stability or durability. The Crossfit Nano has undergone extensive R&D by Reebok to make sure the design meets the needs of the target market - now let's see if they got it right!