Verdict from 100+ user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • Many users declared that the Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT is the comfiest trainer they have ever tried.
  • This shoe displays timeless look that many retro head applauded about.
  • Several reviewers liked that the classic features add style to the everyday jeans and tees outfit.
  • Many liked the clean and simple appearance of this shoe.
  • Majority of the users revealed that they would definitely recommend this pair.
  • Several wearers disclosed that this shoe is certainly underrated.
  • Long-time users attested to this pair's durability.
  • Few users mentioned that they liked fresh from the box comfort of the Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT.
  • Most wearers enjoyed the lightness of this pair.
  • The low-top profile has been praised by few users. Some shared that it gave them much freedom in their movement.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Few disappointed buyers griped about the narrow fit of the Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT. They did not recommend this for wearers with wide feet.
  • A couple of wearers complained about the poor traction on the wet surface.

Bottom line

The icon from the 80s, Ex-O-Fit Clean Logo INT, met the essentials of today's wearers while maintaining the minimalist iconic style and vibe. It displays elements just like it was in the 80s which were upgraded with more durable and modern materials.

Many users attested to the comfort and lightness that allow them to do almost anything wearing this shoe. The Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT is a real treat for all retro and non-retro fans that prioritize comfort, quality, and practicality.

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Good to know

The Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT is available in men's sizes 6 to 15 US in medium width. It has lace-up closure for a snug fit. This pair runs true to size yet considered narrow fit; thus many suggest grabbing half size up for a more snug feel.

The low-top Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT displays the retro look that was celebrated in the 80s. It features a soft full-grain leather upper with the classic logo design for the subtle classic look. Its polished and straightforward guise enhances its versatility suitable for any casual events. This minimalist shoe looks great when paired with jeans, joggers, shorts or any activewear.

Many buyers noted about the soft, full grain leather upper that adds luxurious vibe to this shoe. This feature provides supportive comfort suitable for casual events. This sneaker also displays the logo at the midfoot, heel, and sole for subdued timeless design.

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 hi and low forms and made of stretch glove leather and terry towel lining. It was used in the Jane Fonda’s Workout VHS which instantly caused an upswing in their sales.

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.

  • The Reebok Ex-O-Fit Lo Clean Logo INT is made of EVA midsole for superb cushioning.
  • The low-top profile enhances the mobility.
  • The rubber outsole has high-abrasion features for more durable and reliable traction.

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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.