Facts

Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Brand: Reebok
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $80
Colorways: Black, Grey
Size
Small True to size Large
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  • For long-term comfort, the Flexweave upper, which is Reebok’s open figure-8 weave, delivers flexibility and proper ventilation while still providing minimal support to the dorsal part of the foot.
  • The outsole was designed with a 3D, dual- density foam. Carbon rubber covers the heel and toe parts to add minimal traction to the shoe’s bottom. The white outer rim is a denser rubber compound for durability and abrasion resistance. The rubber in the middle, on the other hand, is less dense to promote flexibility.

The Print Run Next comes in standard running shoe lengths. Runners can make use of their usual size preference when they want to procure a pair. The same goes for width as it is available in the standard B – medium and D – medium for women and men.

The heel and toe parts of the outsole are covered with a sturdy material called carbon rubber. Strategically, this material was placed on key areas to provide lightweight traction under the shoe. The white outer rim at the bottom is a denser compound that’s abrasion-resistant, protecting the bottom of the shoe from early wear and tear. It is as dependable as the AHAR outsole compound used in the Gel Cumulus 20.

The midsole is made up of a 3D foam that has dual-density. Specifically, the foam has a firmer element which permits proper shock attenuation, and a softer element which delivers better comfort underfoot. The designed rectangular pits as well as the flex lines on the upper outer rim of the midsole, allows the platform to be highly flexible.

The upper is made up of the durable and breathable Flexweave design. Upon closer look, Flexweave is a technique where fibers or thread was woven into an open figure-8 to produce an upper textile that allows air to pass through without sacrificing structural integrity.

The weave on the midfoot going to the heel is sturdier to keep the foot from moving laterally during runs. It doesn’t totally lock the foot down in place, but it minimally delivers lateral stability. On the heel area, a thin film overlay was added to slightly improve the minimal stabilization of the heel.

The shoe is equipped with a standard lacing system. The shoelaces are flat to ensure that they do not come undone easily during runs. In the middle part of the tongue, there is a guidance loop which keeps the laces in place.

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