We spent 8.1 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

6 reasons to buy

  • One runner commented that the Reebok Run Supreme 3.0 MT was lightweight and easy to run in.
  • The shoe was comfortable enough to wear daily, according to a user.
  • Some wearers agreed that the shoe was durable.
  • A runner was amazed at how the shoe helped in reducing fatigue.
  • The Run Supreme 3.0 MT offered a lot of support, a consumer stated.
  • One user reported an effortless running experience with the shoe.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Many people stated that the insole of their shoe was too short and too thin.
  • The outsole was very rigid and uncomfortable, a tester complained.
  • Although the Run Supreme 3.0 MT was a dependable shoe, it looked and felt cheap, wrote a reviewer.
  • The shoe caused damage to the toe, a user lamented.
  • The toe box was too tight, said a runner.

Bottom line

Although a lot of consumers found the Reebok Run Supreme 3.0 MT to be an efficient running gear, the majority’s consensus is towards the negative. Several users were disappointed with the shoe’s construction and overall finish, while some had complaints about sizing. Overall, many felt that it was not a shoe worth recommending.


Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 10oz | Women: 7oz
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Jogging
Distance: Daily running | Long distance | Marathon
Brand: Reebok
Width: Men: Normal | Women: Normal
Price: $60
Colorways: Black, Blue, Grey, Red
Small True to size Large
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  • The Reebok Run Supreme 3.0 MT is a running shoe for the road that is ideal for neutral pronators. While the silhouette is mostly like its predecessor, there are noticeable changes in the layout. There are also minor updates on the shoe’s structure and features.
  • The upper retains the synthetic leather-and-mesh combination material, but the overlay design is now updated. The low-cut collar is still present in this version, as well as the integrated lacing system.
  • MemoryTech™ foam is present as a sock liner that provides additional cushioning. Meanwhile, the midsole and outsole make use of ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), which is a foam material, to promote a lightweight ride.

This running shoe is true to size. However, the forefoot area is narrower compared to the Run Supreme 2.0 MT. Runners with a high foot volume are recommended to go half a size up to achieve a comfortable fit. The available width for both men’s and women’s versions is medium.

The outsole of the Reebok Run Supreme 3.0 MT makes use of EVA. Compared to rubber, EVA performs better in shock absorption and water resistance. EVA is also more durable, therefore guaranteeing a long lifespan of the outsole.

The EVA foam is a soft material; thus, it lends to the shoe lightweight and flexible qualities. Reliable traction is ensured as well, as the tread material efficiently grips on hard ground, such as pavements.

The EVA foam present in the midsole works by providing adequate cushioning and protection for the underfoot. The foam in the Run Supreme 3.0 MT aims for sufficient stability to confirm a smooth ride and a comfortable feel.

This shoe uses a MemoryTech™ insole made from memory foam, which increases the shock-absorbing capability of the midsole. It also delivers extra cushioning on top of the EVA foam.

Reebok Run Supreme 3.0 MT has a sturdy leather upper that enables lateral support and stability. There are mesh panels around the shoe to promote air circulation and keep the foot ventilated and dry.

The synthetic overlays are in the form of thick strips situated across the midfoot area to efficiently maintain foot lockdown and support. The Reebok logo is now more significant and more visible as it is positioned in the center of the medial side.

With a padded tongue and low-cut collar, the shoe supplies additional comfort and protection to the foot. It also allows ankle mobility for quicker transitions.


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.