6 Best Reebok Crossfit Shoes, 20+ Shoes Tested in 2022

Nicholas Rizzo
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6 Best Reebok Crossfit Shoes, 20+ Shoes Tested in 2022

When CrossFit, one of the biggest, if not the biggest and most exciting, fitness movements of our time, announced its 10-year partnership with Reebok in 2010, it marked a remarkable revolution in the fitness industry. It also gave birth of the now iconic CrossFit Nano lineup.

Although the partnership was not renewed 10 years later, Reebok especially the CrossFit Nano shoe line and other CrossFit variations from the same brand have already made an indelible impact on the branded elite fitness community.

With so much high-rated CrossFit kicks from Reebok, picking the perfect pair for your fitness needs can be mindboggling. To help you save the hassle, we’ve rounded up and reviewed 10+ of the latest Reebok CrossFit shoes. Take a look at our top favorites.

How we test crossfit shoes

Before giving our favorite picks, we put all the CrossFit shoes from Reebok through our rigorous testing process. That means each pair is subjected to the usual high-intensity interval training, and the daily grind of gym workout regimens, which include lifting weights, squatting, pushups, and other strength and conditioning exercises.

Here’s how we do it:

  • We buy the Reebok CrossFit shoes for our test sessions. We invest our own money for this to remove any taint of brand influence or bias.
  • We use the shoes in various CrossFit workout routines. We determine the shoes’ actual fit, cushioning, stability, durability, traction, and many more.
  • We put in at least 10-20 hours of performance tests in the gym doing actual workouts and training exercises.
  • We also take into consideration the feedback and testimonials given by top CrossFit athletes, fitness experts, and regular training enthusiasts.

In the end, we rank all the Reebok CrossFit shoes in our repertoire. Based on our aggregated data, each pair of shoes is given its corresponding rating which is reflected on the CoreScore.

Best Reebok crossfit shoes overall

Reebok Speed TR
Reebok Speed TR

CoreScore

87
Great!
4.3 / 5 from 2,078 users
87 / 100 from 8 experts

Pros

  • True to size
  • Snug fit
  • Superb comfort
  • Breathable
  • Very lightweight
  • Great ground contact
  • Versatile for various activities
  • Durable

Cons

  • Not for wide feet
  • Break-in period
  • Lace bite
Reebok Speed TR full review

Best Reebok wide training shoes for crossfit

Reebok Nano X1
Reebok Nano X1

CoreScore

88
Great!
4.4 / 5 from 15,841 users
89 / 100 from 16 experts

Pros

  • More versatile, less crossfit-specific
  • Upper hugs the foot
  • Lighter than Nike Metcons
  • Cushioned for short runs
  • Great traction on gym floors
  • Secure lockdown
  • Plenty of toe space
  • Stylish enough for casual wear

Cons

  • Collar rubs the heel
  • Tongue slides a bit
  • Not the best for weightlifting

Verdict

The Nano X1 lives up to the level of quality expected from the Nano series but strays away from its predecessors’ Crossfit-centeredness. Reebok now describes it as the shoe for "ultimate fitness." It is designed for people who love to train hard and don't want to be limited by just one type of workout.
Reebok Nano X1 full review

Best Reebok lightweight training shoes for crossfit

Reebok Nano X2
Reebok Nano X2

CoreScore

89
Superb!
4.6 / 5 from 358 users
85 / 100 from 13 experts

Pros

  • Wraparound comfort
  • Effective lacing system
  • Heel clip ensures stability
  • Balanced cushioning
  • Great traction
  • Ready for rope climbing
  • Durable

Cons

  • So-so breathability
  • Non-snug forefoot fit

Verdict

The Reebok Nano X2 shoe carries over the dependable grip of the X1. It also has its well balanced cushioning. It is far more stable because of the modified implementation of the heel counter and heel clip. The Nano X1 was already hailed as the "ultimate fitness shoe" because of its solid performance and versatility, yet the X2 is still able to improve on it and ultimately sway more people into the Reebok Nano X fandom.
Reebok Nano X2 full review

Best Reebok low drop training shoes for crossfit

Reebok CrossFit Nano 9
Reebok CrossFit Nano 9

CoreScore

93
Superb!
4.6 / 5 from 28,085 users
93 / 100 from 17 experts

Pros

  • Ground contact
  • Stable
  • Wide feet friendly
  • Good traction
  • Breathable

Cons

  • Runs large
  • Overly stiff sole

Verdict

As befits a Nano, the Nano X is a versatile cross-trainer which is pretty good at everything and really good at lifting. It's a one-stop-shop for workouts if you're not running. It's one of the best trainers out there and you can even rock it as an every day sneaker.
Reebok CrossFit Nano 9 full review

Best Reebok extra wide training shoes for crossfit

Reebok Nano X1 Froning
Reebok Nano X1 Froning

CoreScore

87
Great!
4.5 / 5 from 229 users
90 / 100 from 2 experts

Pros

  • Versatile gym use
  • Stable for lifting and squats
  • Great for all-day wear
  • Instant comfort
  • Easy-to-adjust lacing
  • Appealing design
  • Fairly light

Cons

  • Too long laces
  • Loose-fitting
  • Bad for rope climbs

Verdict

A do-it-all workhorse with style — is quite the fitting description for the Nano X1 Froning by Reebok. Whether your workout involves jumping, lifting, treadmill running, or flinging the barbell around, this model is designed to deliver. If you can get along with its bootie upper and bungee lacing, the trainer has the potential to become your reliable go-to.
Reebok Nano X1 Froning full review

Best value Reebok shoes for crossfit

Reebok Nano X Unknown
Reebok Nano X Unknown

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Reebok reebok crossfit shoes  

CoreScore

84
Great!
4.3 / 5 from 176 users
91 / 100 from 4 experts

Pros

  • Adequate heel height
  • Lightweight
  • Supportive ankle section
  • Comfortable fit
  • Well-cushioned platform
  • Excellent outsole grip
  • Appealing design
  • Compliment magnet
  • Stable for fast-paced activities

Cons

  • Narrow opening
  • Signs of wear after 30 workouts
  • Scratchy collar

Verdict

The Nano X Unknown stays faithful to the Nano lineage's essence - efficient functionality for most workouts. This time, this efficiency is wrapped up in a stylish athleisure look and provides better ankle support, all thanks to its higher collar. Be warned, however, some reports indicate the shoe might not last too long.
Reebok Nano X Unknown full review
Author
Nicholas Rizzo
Nicholas Rizzo

Nick combines 10+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry and a background in the sciences in his role as the Fitness Research Director. During his competitive powerlifting years his PRs have him sitting in the top 2% of bench presses (395 lbs), top 3% of squats (485 lbs) and top 6% of deadlifts (515 lbs) for his weight and age. His work has been featured on Bodybuilding.com, LiveStrong, Healthline, WebMD, WashingtonPost, and many more. Along the way, collaborating with industry leaders like Michael Yessis, Mark Rippetoe, Carlo Buzzichelli, Dave Tate, Ray Williams, and Joel Seedman.