We spent 7.9 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

7 reasons to buy

  • A good number of buyers considered the Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE as an affordable shoe.
  • According to several runners, the shoe was comfortable.
  • A few testers lauded its perfect fit.
  • A lot of reviewers said that the shoe was lightweight in structure.
  • Many purchasers commented that the Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE has excellent cushioning.
  • Various consumers said that the shoe was best for gym activities as well as long and short-distance running sessions.
  • A good number of testers said that it was stylish.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Based on some reviews, the shoe has poor quality.
  • Several runners said that the shoe runs small
  • The Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE was not supportive, according to one of the buyers.

Bottom line

The Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE has made a lot of buyers happy and contented because of its stylish design and perfect fit. Aside from its design, the shoe also provides the right amount of cushioning and comfort. Even though others encountered problems on quality and size, others still recommended the shoe because of its excellent performance. In general, the Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE is a good deal for runners who are looking for an affordable shoe with a good level of comfort and versatility.


Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 9oz | Women: 7.6oz
Heel to toe drop: Men: 8mm | Women: 8mm
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Jogging
Strike Pattern: Midfoot strike
Distance: Daily running | Long distance | Marathon
Heel height: Men: 28mm | Women: 28mm
Forefoot height: Men: 20mm | Women: 20mm
Brand: Reebok
Type: Low drop
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $110
Colorways: Black, Blue, Green
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See more facts

  • The Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE is a road running shoe that is best suited for those who have neutral foot motion. It utilizes the synthetic and mesh SpeedFrame upper which aims to deliver maximum breathability.
  • Integrated into the midsole is the Innovative KOOSHRIDE foam that provides a smoother ride and better shock absorption.
  • Added traction is encouraged by the High abrasion outsole along with the DMPRTek carbon rubber. Another goal of which is to make the platform more durable.

The Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE follows the standard shoe measurements when it comes to sizing. Because of the SpeedFrame mesh upper, the shoe adapts to the natural shape of the foot. It is ideal for short and extended running and walking activities. The shoe is available in medium widths for the men's and women's version.

The High abrasion outsole that comes along with the DMPRTek carbon rubber is integrated into the Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE. This material is focused on providing additional traction on different paved surfaces. It offers added durability as well just like the outsole material used in the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 19.

The Innovative KOOSHRIDE foam is utilized in the Reebok OSR Sweet Road SE. When compared to traditional EVA foams, this material will undoubtedly last longer. This component of the shoe aims to deliver better shock absorption, giving the runner a smoother running experience. It also makes the platform more responsive.

Used in the shoe is the PwrZone midsole. This design aids in engaging with the arch for a more powerful and faster heel-to-toe transition.

Added underfoot cushioning is offered by the LiteStrike EVA molded sockliner. This material is essential for securely hugging the foot. It is strategically designed to enhance underfoot comfort and support.

Featured in the upper area is the synthetic and SpeedFrame mesh. This breathable material primarily focuses on providing a rub-free and foot-forming fit.


Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.