Rated 5 out of 5Â by Estevez4Prez The One Guide model of Reebok have been quite pleasant to run in. Beyond the extreme comfort they offer a nice wide toe area. The breathable mess top is also nice for ventilation. I tend to have a mild pronation. I feel that this particular shoe has corrected the issue. The only thing I've yet to learn about these shoes is the longevity. I'm a mild runner ( 25 plus miles per week ). I hope to get 8 to 9 good months out them. After trying 5 other makes of shoes I settled into these and have been very happy with the results.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by rilla6969 Comfy and lightweight
I have been wearing Reebok running shoes for some time now and I was quite impressed from the moment the Reebok Ones arrived. My daughter asked if I ordered slippers because the box wasn't heavy enough for there to be sneakers in there. Lightweight? Definitely. Comfortable? I have feet that are average width, perhaps a little on the narrow side and these fit right for a running shoe. Just a little extra space for swelling during a run. Well-padded with no uneven spots inside. I have only had them for a few days but I expect to see the usual Reebok durability from these shoes, somewhere between 400-500 miles. Would definitely get another pair!
Rated 3 out of 5Â by AJSmith36 Decent Gym Shoe, Rough Running Shoe
First, a little background...I have competed in four full marathons, and at least 15 half marathons. I've tried several varieties of shoes, and it took a long time to find the "just right" shoe for me. I knew it would be risky trying the Reebok One sight unseen. I ran in my new shoes twice, for a total of about 10 miles. Here are my major observations:
- The shoelaces are way too long. I know they can be easily replaced, but why should you be forced to do that? Even after lacing the shoes higher than I prefer, double knotting, and tucking the loops; I was still paranoid of tripping over the laces.
- The shoe felt bulky and heavy. It caused me to feel like I was taking heavy steps and pounding the pavement hard.
- The sizing was slightly uncomfortable. It felt loose in the heel, like it could easily slip out of the shoe. The shoe length was appropriate, but it felt slightly wide, especially in the ball of my foot.
Generally, I'm not overly comfortable running in the Reebok One, but like I said, I'm very particular about my running shoe. I do however, feel very comfortable wearing the Reebok One as a gym shoe. The shoe is comfortable for low impact workouts.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by apellicane Instant distance
I only run a mile or so when I go to the gym a few times per week just to keep my cardiovascular fitness up. I slapped these shoes on and the first day out I found myself WANTING to run much longer than I normally do because they felt great. They are light, comfortable, supportive. Best of all they seem somehow to encourage a midfoot initial contact. It feels so natural and I am sure it is MUCH better for me than crashing down on my heels. Great shoes.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by neon570 training shoes only
First off these shoes look great in black/neon with a splash of red.
Things i liked.
Awesome amount of cusion.
Very true to size.
They seem like they are very well made.
Things i did not like
At the top of the heel it has too much cusion (personal prefrence really)
There is a weird hard spot right above the big toe area, i was not a fan
These are more traning shoes then racing shoes. I am more of a minimalist runner and like a 4-6mm heel to toe drop. I belive these are around a 12. Again this is all personal prefrence.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ZukoGuy4 Amazingly light and comfortable running shoe.
After approximately two weeks of use, I can only start by saying that these shoes are amazingly comfortable and barely noticeable in weight. But for as light as they are, they are surprisingly sturdy and cushioning.
The only down side that I found is that they are a little narrow on my feet, but I do have a wider than normal foot (run about an E width), and I sometimes noticed my toes fitting a little snugly in the toe box after a few miles. A normal width foot may not have that problem.
Beyond that, these shoes look very sharp (mine were the Neon Yellow/Black/Techy Red color) and would be great even as everyday shoes, not just runners. Added bonus for the reflective area on the toe, which is added security for early morning runners like myself.
Overall, a light, comfortable, and fantastic running shoe.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TVB14 Great suprise
Since I have started Crossfit 3 years ago I've mainly worn minimilst shoes. Rather it be the nanos or a thin soled shoe. Once I put these on I felt like I put two perfectly sized pillows on my feet. Majority of the aches and pains I usually get on any runs over a mile have already minimized. These shoes are awesome visibliy as they are functionable.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by xjarius I like them so far
I can't truly say that I know about durability as I just got these shoes last week. I bought One Guide, not because I'm a runner/jogger, but because I do tend to walk at a quick pace and sometimes I will run as a part of my daily life. I was looking for motion control shoes because they have always been the best for my feet. I have very flat feet. Most shoes have a break-in period, but these were comfortable out of the box. The only thing I would have liked is a little more arch support. That's from a man with flat feet.. Even with no arch, I don't feel any arch support.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by WFRunner Outstanding Shoes!
These shoes fit perfectly straight out of the box. Break in time was about 2 minutes.
They are very comfortable and have an outstanding feel overall. I run mainly on concrete and brick streets and these shoes offer great protection. They have terrific arch support and a perfectly fitting toe box. The mesh material is as cool as can be expected when it is 100 degrees.
The "ride" of these shoes is great. The support is there without being too rigid.
Keep up the great job!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mark56 Excellent comfort and good fit. Just what I expect from Reebok shoes.