Updates to Reebok Ridgerider Trail 3.0
- The Reebok Ridgerider Trail 3.0 is a part of the men’s walking shoe line of Reebok. It is an improved version of the Ridgerider Trail 2.0. While its predecessor has a more athletic style with its layered mesh upper, the new model has a ripstop and a mesh upper to cope better with moderate terrain and trail walking.
- It now uses a midsole made from a soft EVA foam compound. It is designed to provide responsive cushioning.
- It has an outsole that is etched with a dynamic lug pattern. It makes the footgear more capable of gripping rough and uneven ground.
Size and fit
The Reebok Ridgerider Trail 3.0 is specifically engineered to fit the biomechanics and foot shape of men. It follows the standard training shoe sizing chart, running from US 7 to 15. The only width profile available is D - Medium.
The rubber bottom of the Reebok Ridgerider Trail 3.0 is created to withstand highly abrasive surfaces. it also displays solid traction on different types of ground. The dynamic lug tread pattern lets it keep up with even rocky trails and terrain.
The Reebok Ridgerider Trail 3.0 employs a soft EVA foam. It serves as a responsive cushioning that absorbs impact upon foot strike.
The Reebok Ridgerider Trail 3.0 has ripstop nylon and mesh making up its upper. This combination of materials is meant to be durable against the harsh elements of nature while still allowing the foot to breathe.
Transparent overlays wrap around the toe and heel areas to stand tough against damage. They also enhance support.
A traditional lacing system secures the footwear shut. The shoelaces also reinforce the sides, therefore, augmenting lateral support.
The tongue and collar are heavily padded for comfort. They also protect the skin against irritations and chafing.
This upper design is retained in the next iteration of the shoe, the Reebok Ridgerider Trail 4.