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The Reebok Speed Her TR is a women's CrossFit shoe based on the acclaimed Reebok Speed TR trainer. Just like the original, this model is crafted towards the demands of WODs as well as short running sessions.
Lining the underside of the Reebok Speed Her TR is the TRI-Density high-performance rubber. This compound is made to be durable. It has different levels of traction depending on the area. “Bite,” which is the most sticky one, is found in the toe area; "grip," which has moderate hold, is in the forefoot; and the rubber with the least amount of clinginess is found in the heel and allows for quick spins and turns.
In the midfoot section is the RopePro+ technology. It uses the same rubber as the heel, but the tread pattern on it grabs the rope, so the wearer doesn’t slip down during rope climbs. It wraps up the medial and lateral sides of the midsole to protect it from abrasion.
The outsole also uses the Meta Split Flex grooves in the forefoot region. These deep furrows facilitate natural foot flexion.
The Reebok Speed Her TR employs the full-length IMEVA foam. It is made to be flexible, durable, and shock attenuating to prevent discomfort or injuries in the lower extremities. This cushioning platform sports a close-to-the-ground profile which keeps the user stable during workouts.
Inside is a removable cushioned footbed. This component provides another layer of comfort. It also allows wearers to replace it with their custom orthotics if needed.
The upper of the Reebok Speed Her TR makes use of one-piece woven textile. Its utilization of moisture-wicking mesh lining and the absence of seams provide a comfortable in-shoe experience. The elements are breathable and promote ventilation in the foot chamber.
This model sports a cleatie-like design because of the neoprene collar. This fabric is stretchy and conforms to the shape of the ankle for extra comfort and support.
The 3DFuseFrame technology is used in the toe box area. It adds a seamless protective layer that does not add weight to the footwear.
A traditional lace-up closure keeps the foot locked in place. The laces allow users to customize the fit of the upper.