Facts

Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Brand: Reebok
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $70
Colorways: Pink, Black
Size
Small True to size Large
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  • The textile upper is integrated into the Reebok Print Her 2.0 BLND. It aims to provide a more individualized fit.
  • The flexible outsole is used to provide a more responsive ride. Along with the flexible outsole are the adaptive lugs. The purpose of these lugs is for additional traction.
  • Featured in the shoe is the 3-D foam compound midsole. The goal of this material is to provide cushioning for a comfortable ride.

The special version of the Reebok Print Her 2.0 is a trail running shoe that is intended for those who have neutral foot mechanism. The shoe runs true to size. Because of its textile upper, it offers a snugger fit to medium-footed runners. The Reebok Print Her 2.0 BLND is available in standard medium D and B widths for men’s and women’s respectively.

The Reebok Print Her 2.0 BLND utilizes the flexible outsole. This soft material aims to ensure that the runner will experience a more responsive and smoother ride.

Featured in the outsole is the 360-degree perimeter grid. This component of the Reebok Print Her 2.0 BLND is significant in delivering flexible stability.

Along with the flexible outsole is the use of adaptive lugs. These lugs provide the right amount of traction on different paved surfaces.

The 3-D foam compound is integrated into the shoe. The goal of which is to provide high levels of cushioning and comfort to the underfoot.

Together with the outer rim is the Dense white compound. This material adds to the abrasion-resistant property of the platform.

Integrated into the Reebok Print Her 2.0 BLND is the smooth textile upper. It aims to provide maximum breathability all throughout the run.

A snugger fit is encouraged by the cleatie construction. Its primary focus is to deliver a more customized fit that is suitable for the specific needs of the runner.

Freedom of motion at the ankle area is offered by the low-cut design of the shoe.

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