Rated 3 out of 5Â by Candace11 Very comfortable, extreamely low DURABILITY
I wear this shoe to and from basketball practice so i can change into my basketball shoes. I also wear them to workout in, like weight lifting and to use my outdoor goal. ON THE FIRST DAY I WORE THEM THE BLACK PART ON THE FRONT SCRAPPED OFF. I was on a hardwood floor, so I don't understand why they tore. :( I still wore the shoes because they were just so comfortable though tehee. :D About three months later, the one of the bottom black squares completely came off. But i am still wearing them. I wore them to write this review also :|
SOOOO ALL IN ALL BROKE MY SCALE ON COMFORT, BUT NEEDS WAY BETTER DURABILITY....
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sandra6 Oh so comfortable
I saw the Reebok ad while I was watching the Olympics. So I promptly went online and bought a pair hoping they would be just what I wanted. And they absolutely are. They are wider -- the best part -- they are flexible and very comfortable. I can walk in them all day and not feel fatigued and my feet don't hurt. Terrific product.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jackie0000 This shoe looks terrific!!
The shoe looks terrific!! However, they rub on my heels and cause my heels to be very sore. I like how they look and plan to get cushions to put in the shoes to raise my foot. They have less cushioning in the bottom and heel than any other Reebok shoes I have, and I have lots of them. I am disappointed, but will try to make them work.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by IH91 Very happy with my Reeboks.
I love everything about my new Reebok shoes. They are very comfortable, true to size, and appear to be very durable. I also love the 3 tone color combo (blue, gray, and black). The only thing I was not too keen on was the "plastic mesh-like" material that covers the shoe. It's an interesting look, very modern, & perhaps makes the shoe lighter, but I would have preferred fabric rather than plastic. All in all though, I think it was a great purchase and I would highly recommend these to anyone looking for comfort and style.
Thank you Reebok.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Nic11236 This product is not good for aerobic classes
I do not recommend this product for someone who is going to use these sneakers for Step or Kickboxing class. This product is too flexible & therefore there is not enough support for the type of classes I was attending at the gym. A half hour into my class, my performance in class was slowing down. The sole was just not thick enough & when attending these type of classes I needed more cushion in the sole and more support all around. Less mesh around the sneaker the better when doing aerobics.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Combat35 Not a good shoe, need more support :(
I bought 3 pairs of these shoes and I used it to teach BODYCOMBAT class (4 times) and first day my knee hurt really bad and when I was doing jump knees or moving my hips with the punches and hooks it hurt too. It feel very hard on my knees. I used for pump too but same think, I believe these shoes look good but is not safe. Sorry Reebook I tried but no good
Rated 4 out of 5Â by KimB Very versatile, from weight training to running, I use them to teach Les Mills classes in!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Susan72 Great shoes for training!
I'm very happy with it, great shoes for training like body pump, cxworx, dance. unfortunately not for running comfort but overall I'm happy for this shoes.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by SRZ2014 Not good for high intensity/impact workouts
For a frame of reference I have a neutral arch (not flat footed and don't have a high arch) with a medium width. I don't over or under pronate to any significance either. I primarily do high intensity workouts like Insanity and T25. Based on the demands of my primary workouts, I have found that I need both cushioning under the ball of my foot (under the metatarsal arch) and lateral arch support. I was wearing a neutral running shoe and while overall they were really great, they didn't provide the lateral support I needed so I ended up experiencing a lot of lateral arch fatigue. After reading reviews, finding blogs that continued to promote the 5-fingered shoes for high intensity workouts and talking to representatives at Reebok I decided to try the Cross Fit Nano 3.0 thinking, that while a minimalist shoe, perhaps, since it wasn't AS minimalist as the 5-finger shoes, it would do the trick. WRONG. Lateral support, meh. But that's it. I even started getting pain in my shins (and yes, I transitioned to the minimalist shoe as recommended). I returned them and tried the ZQuick TRs, with high hopes since it promised to have more cushion and great lateral support. While they are extremely comfortable, provide great lateral support and have a bit more cushion for the ball of the foot, they just don't have nearly enough cushion and the ball of my foot gets very fatigued. To the point I have to stop all the time during my workouts. When I perform workouts that don't require as much jumping/bouncing they perform great, but for doing a lot of high intensity and high impact moves for prolonged periods of time, they just don't cut it. I really wanted them to work because they were so cute and comfortable, but they just aren't good for high intensity/impact workouts. So while they scored well in most categories I could only give 3 stars because they didn't perform as promised/hoped. Back to the drawing board!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MagenFit23 ZQUICK is ZCOMFY!
When I received these shoes and slipped my foot into them, I just wouldn't take them off! I wore them around the house and kept them on until I went to bed.
I trained my clients in them the following day and my feet never once hurt or ached. After training them, I trained myself in them and they were amazing for leg day! Highly recommend these ultra-lightweight sneakers!