Verdict from 100+ user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • A good number of buyers says that the Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0 is affordable.
  • According to many testers, the shoe is comfortable.
  • It is stylish, based on some reviews.
  • Several purchasers agree that the running shoe is breathable.
  • A significant number of consumers love how the shoe performs in walking, running, and workout activities.
  • Many reviewers admire its lightweight structure.
  • Some purchasers love its cushioning.

3 reasons not to buy

  • According to several testers, the shoe is not true to size. It runs bigger than usual.
  • A user says that the shoe does not have enough support for exercising and walking.
  • The quality is poor, based on a review.

Bottom line

The Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0 is a neutral running shoe that is strategically designed for road running. The shoe gains a lot of praise because of its comfort level and fantastic design. Though some users have issues with its quality, sizing, and support, these problems did not hinder others from recommending the shoe for walking and running activities. Overall, this shoe receives positive comments and feedback because of its style and performance on the roads.

Tip: see the best running shoes.

Good to know

  • The Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0 features a tri-panel and Ultraknit, seamless textile upper. This design aims to provide lightweight support while reducing the possibility of blisters and hot spot. 
  • In the midsole of the shoe is the adaptive midfoot webbing. This component of the footwear offers a more supportive midfoot lockdown. 
  • Along with the midfoot webbing is the 3D foam midsole. This feature of the shoe is focused on providing a more adaptive ride.

Like the Asics Gel Kayano 25, the Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0 fits true to size. Users who wish to have this pair of road running shoe are advised to use their usual sizing preferences. 

For the width, D – Medium for the men's version and B – Medium for the women's are the available options. The shape of this shoe is sure to mimic the natural shape of the foot, delivering a more secure and comfortable ride.

The textured outsole is integrated into the Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0. This component of the shoe provides the right amount of grip in different paved surfaces.

Lying on the outer rim is the dense white compound. This material is focused on providing abrasion resistance and support to the foot. 

Used in the shoe are the proprietary 3-D foam midsole and max forefoot flexibility. This component of the footwear provides a consistent feel and ride when the foot is in motion.

Integrated into the PT Prime Run 2.0 is the adaptive midfoot webbing. The primary focus of which is to deliver an ultra-supportive midfoot lockdown.

The upper unit of the Reebok PT Prime 2.0 utilizes the tri-panel and seamless textile upper. Along with this material is the Ultraknit with hotmelt accents. It is described as a breathable, lightweight, and form-fitting fabric that allows the foot to move comfortably and naturally.

Freedom of motion at the ankle area is encouraged by the low-cut design. As a result, the ankle can move freely during the running session. 

Used in crafting this road running shoe is the back pull tab. Reebok added this feature for easy on and off of the shoe.

Located at the outer heel area is the subtle iconic logo. This adds to the attractive design of the footwear.


How Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0 ranks compared to all other shoes
Bottom 15% road running shoes
All road running shoes
Bottom 34% Reebok running shoes
All Reebok running shoes
Bottom 15% neutral running shoes
All neutral running shoes


The current trend of Reebok PT Prime Run 2.0.
Compare to another shoe:
Jens Jakob Andersen
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.