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Reebok describes the CrossFit Nano 2.0 as a next generation shoe, which offers flexibility and breathability while maintaining stability during your workouts. Its low cut platform balances the cushioning and low ground feel. This helps you stay quick, safe and comfortable during your toughest workouts.
The top part of the Nano 2.0 is made of a breathable mesh, which keeps your feel cool during your WODs. The front of the shoe has flex grooves, which make them more flexible in the toe area and allows for greater mobility. This is helpful when doing moves like burpees and box jumps.
The Nano 2.0 has a DuraGrip toe-cap that makes it quite durable, so it doesn’t break down after using it for hours on end. The Nano 2.0 also has a wide toe box, which allows your feet to move as naturally as possible.
The Nano 2.0 provides a lot more stability than a pure barefoot shoe, which is important if your workout requires rapid changes of direction. This allows your foot to stay in place when you’re moving from side to side. It also has a thicker sole & midsole, which provides more cushioning for running, yet provides a flat base for lifting weights.
User Feedback: Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 Review
- Provides great stability for lifts, but comfortable enough for running and jumping.
- Comfortable right out of the box, so there’s not much time needed to break them in.
- Has a low profile, which provides users with stability for squatting and deadlifts.
- Extremely comfortable with just the right amount of cushion to do box jumps and short runs.
- Great for people with wider feet since it has a wide toe box.
- Very breathable, which keep your feet cool during those tough WODs.
- Shoes are very flat, so may not be comfortably for people with high arched feet.
- Runs a bit large, so you may want to consider getting half size smaller than what you normally wear.
- Not great for longer distance running (over 5K).
- Not enough cushioning under the ball of the feet so it might be slightly uncomfortable.
- Not good for rope climbs. Some users complained that their shoes were damaged after the rope climbs.