We spent 5.7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

9 reasons to buy

  • Many runners mentioned that the QuickChase is extremely comfortable.
  • The shoe is lightweight, as noted in some reviews.
  • The Reebok QuickChase is flexible, according to some users.
  • Some runners applauded the breathable upper coverage of the QuickChase.
  • A couple of runners liked the looks of the shoe.
  • The price is affordable.
  • Available in different color options.
  • Extra wide width available.
  • Some runners loved the understated appeal of this shoe.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Some runners found the shoe to be too tight for their liking.
  • Several runners had varying issues regarding the shoe’s durability.
  • Some runners were not happy with the support coming from this shoe.

Bottom line

Reebok QuickChase is road running shoe designed for neutral foot movement. The shoe delivers a good blend of comfort, breathability, and flexibility. With its low-cut and lightweight design, this shoe is best for long distance running and uptempo trainings.


Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 10.3oz | Women: 10.3oz
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Jogging
Distance: Daily running | Long distance | Marathon
Brand: Reebok
Width: Men: Normal, X-Wide | Women: Normal
Price: $60
Colorways: Black, Blue, Grey, Purple, White
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  • The QuickChase features the Reebok DMX Foam that delivers responsive, and long-lasting cushioning. It is also designed to deliver comfortable underfoot protection.
  • For high-rebound cushioning, the shoe utilizes the Compression-molded EVA. It gives added cushioning while promoting a responsive ride.
  • The outsole of the Reebok QuickChase uses a carbon rubber compound with flex grooves that gives reliable traction and flexibility while running on the road. The carbon rubber also gives durability to high-wear areas.

The QuickChase is true to its size. It provides comfortable fit in the heel and midfoot areas. The forefoot is a bit narrow but can accommodate a medium-sized foot. The shoe is available in standard widths, and the sizes are from 7 to 14 for men’s and 5 to 8 for women’s.

A durable carbon rubber material is placed in the outsole of the Reebok QuickChase for reliable traction. It also gives durability, especially in high-abrasion areas. This outsole material is as reliable as the outsole compound used in the Glycerin16.

The flex grooves are strategically designed to deliver flexibility for an enhanced running experience.

The midsole of the shoe features the Reebok DMX foam that delivers responsive and soft cushioning. The DMX foam comes in two layers. The first layer is designed to deliver maximum comfort while the second layer is a lot sturdier, designed to absorb shock for a more responsive ride, and to improve ground contact. The DMX Foam performs better with the compression molded EVA that offers maximum energy-return for a smoother heel to toe transition and powerful toe-off. The MemoryTech sockliner delivers added cushioning while enhancing the overall fit and comfort of the shoe

The Reebok QuickChase features a low-cut design for mobility and a much quicker transition. The upper utilizes a leather and open weave mesh material that gives maximum breathability and added support. The padded tongue and collar gives added comfort and enhanced fit. The traditional laces help in providing a more secure fit while the rear foot stability strap in vector-design provides added support in every stride.


Jens Jakob Andersen

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