Who should buy Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT

The Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT is a great sneaker for you if you are looking for:

  • the retro look shoe with timeless design, and the subtle classic look, suitable for any casual event.
  • a low-top minimalist shoe that looks great when paired with jeans, joggers, shorts, or any activewear.

Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT logo

Cushioning of Reebok Ex-O-Fit

The Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT is made of EVA midsole for superb cushioning.

Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT front

Ankle mobility

The low-top profile enhances mobility.

Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT heel

Traction

The rubber outsole has high-abrasion features for more durable and reliable traction.

Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT sole

History of Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT

One genius move Reebok made was when they introduced a line specifically for women in 1982. They called this the Reebok Freestyle and was designed for cardio and stretch sessions. It came in high and low forms and is made of stretch glove leather and terry towel lining. It was used in Jane Fonda’s Workout VHS which instantly caused an upswing in their sales.

Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT front

In 1983, Reebok launched the Ex-O Fit, which is the men’s version of the Freestyle. This gents' version has a single-strap with soft leather upper fitted as a fashion and fitness sneaker. While many mocked its overall look, Ex-O-Fit was able to reach the magnitude of Air Max 1 and Air Jordan III.

Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT collar

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Training
Collection: Reebok Classics
Colorways: White / Black
SKUs: AR3168 / AR3169

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.