In the outsole of the shoe is a lightweight and durable rubber material. It is mapped to deliver flexibility without compromising durability and cushioning. It also offers reliable traction on varied paved and uneven surfaces.


Integrated into the shoe is the Flashfilm polyurethane midsole which aims to deliver a more responsive and lightweight cushioning. It is also focused on adding a visually compelling aesthetic of the shoe's sidewall.

A metallic film is also used in crafting the shoe. This is essential in wrapping the platform for a more flashy and visually-appealing appearance.

Utilized in the Reebok Flashfilm is the removable insole. The purpose of which is to provide additional underfoot cushioning while enhancing the shoe’s overall fit.


The engineered mesh is integrated into the upper area of the shoe. The mesh material provides not only a breathable coverage but also structural durability. It adapts to the natural shape of the foot for a more comfortable fit. 

Along with the engineered mesh are the structural TPU overlays. The overlays provide midfoot support and enhanced durability.

A unique clam-shell tongue construction is featured in the shoe. This is focused on providing added comfort and improving the overall looks of the shoe.

The Reebok Flashfil also features a classic lace-up closure for an easy to adjust lacing system and for a more secure foot lockdown. 

The pull-on back loop is also necessary for the easy on and off of the shoe.


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