We spent 8.4 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

6 reasons to buy

  • The Terrain Skin panels and the DuraGrip toe box secure the foot entirely for a well-protected foot coverage.
  • Most reviewers lauded the low-cut design, which encouraged more freedom of movement.
  • The CMEVA component makes up the entire mid-sole unit, offering a low stack-height platform.
  • Most runners noticed the H2O Drain ports, which are helpful in keeping water out of the shoe.
  • The outsole unit of the 2nd version of the All Terrain Super utilizes sticky rubber with gripping lugs for a reliable hold on the surfaces, according to a good number of reviews.
  • It has a lightweight nature.

2 reasons not to buy

  • There were runners who noticed the sides of the shoe get torn after a few uses.
  • Others felt that the fit was a bit narrow, particularly in the mid foot area.

Bottom line

The All Terrain Super 2.0 from Reebok is a good-looking trail shoe that offers protection and arch support for the foot through the trails. It’s a neutral shoe that’s robust in terms of traction and underfoot cushioning.


Terrain: Trail
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 7.9oz | Women: 6.7oz
Heel to toe drop: Men: 5mm | Women: 5mm
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Strike Pattern: Midfoot strike
Distance: Competition
Heel height: Men: 25mm | Women: 25mm
Forefoot height: Men: 20mm | Women: 20mm
Brand: Reebok
Type: Low drop
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $120
Colorways: Multi
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Expert Reviews

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80 / 100 based on 8 expert reviews

  • 80 / 100 | Dusty Jolly | Level 1 expert

    The lateral part of the upper forefoot has a lot of give, so I don't think it's gonna create holes where people often see them.

  • 72 / 100 | Obstacle Racing Media | | Level 3 expert

    But unfortunately this was not enough for people because they were still prone to ripping when scuffed against rocks on the sides of the shoe and through general wear and tear.

  • 90 / 100 | The Mudman Report | Level 2 expert

    As for protection from the tough terrain and gravel (and obstacles), the sole has a legit rock-shield and a newer toe guard at the front end, a nice upgrade that will make you realize the beating your tootsies had been getting otherwise before.

  • 86 / 100 | On My Way To Sparta | | Level 2 expert

    Like the previous version, Super 2.0 grips like a mad monkey and drains like a…….Well, I can’t think of a good metaphor, but they drain incredibly well. 

  • 80 / 100 | Spartan Race Warriors | | Level 2 expert

    Overall, a great shoe. We don't like the big drain holes, but it's a little detail.

  • 84 / 100 | Muddy Mommy | | Level 1 expert

    While I’ll stick to a shoe which provides a bit more cushion longer distance races, I feel confident in the 2.0s ability to perform during the upcoming OCR events I plan to attend. 

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  • Reebok’s popular outdoor and obstacle-racing shoe in the All Terrain Super 2.0 improves protection by adding a Terrain Skin in the midfoot and heel areas. This new feature helps reinforce the upper and enhances durability.
  • Another update is the presence of a thick rubber toe box that effectively protects the toes. Reebok makes it a seamless protection feature to avoid risks of irritation or rubbing.
  • A slightly thicker and perforated tongue keeps the shoe breathable and adds comfort. The slight increase in thickness relieves pressure on top of the foot where the laces are tied.

Reebok kept the same last used in the original model, which essentially makes the fit the same. Runners will still find the fit to be exceptionally snug and narrow. Those with average measurements may even need to go half or a full size up to get the most out of this incredible shoe. Available widths are the D for the men’s and B for the women’s. Sizes are fairly standard with options for the men’s ranging from 6 to 15 and 4 to 12 for the women’s.

The outsole features moderately sized lugs with adequate depth and aggressiveness to battle all types of outdoor challenges. For better handling, the lugs are made larger near the heel and lessen by some degree as they near the forefoot. These lugs are very efficient in keeping off mud. Obstacle course enthusiasts will find the midfoot teeth very effective for climbing ropes and walls.

Reebok uses a sticky rubber compound in the outsole for superior grip, even in slick conditions. This sticky rubber is also used in the All Terrain Super 3.0 and other Reebok running shoes.

A Rock Guard in the outsole enhances durability.

A thin compression-molded EVA handles the bulk of the cushioning and shock-absorbing features of the shoe. H20 Drain Ports help shed water off.

A breathable mesh with solid reinforcement from Kevlar-made material provides exceptional breathability and structure. Reebok uses a seamless DuraGrip toe box to lessen the risk of bruising and to prevent irritation or rubbing in the toes. A very comfortable and molded skin helps enhance comfort while the anti-microbial properties are delivered by the soft and plush linings.


Jens Jakob Andersen

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