Verdict from 10 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Reebok Workout Plus ATI brings excellent comfort even on long walks, according to many users.
  • Many purchasers commend the quality and durability of this workout shoe. 
  • The  Workout Plus ATI has a retro look that is well-loved by many sneaker fans. 
  • Several reviewers note that the revamps done on the shoe make it fit today’s trends. 
  • Some purchasers love how the colorways of the sneaker can easily match with any casual outfit.
  • Many are satisfied with their purchase, saying that the shoe is worth its price.
  • Some reviewers say that they are willing to buy another pair of the Workout Plus ATI.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of reviewers have pointed out that the shoe runs slightly narrow. 
  • Several purchasers are disappointed in how the leather quickly gets creases. 
  • Some reviewers note that the dirt and debris are hard to remove in the rubber around the heel.

Bottom line

Reebok brings back the classic workout shoe fused with some modern-day upgrades. Just like other Reebok shoes, the Workout Plus ATI offers durability and style that is well-loved by many. 

Even with its heavy look, the sneaker offers great overall comfort all-day making it worth the purchase.

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Good to know

The Workout Plus ATI has a regular fit that is perfect for both men and women. This low-top sneaker has an upper made of leather with TPU Straps securing the foot in place. It also allows better ankle mobility than high-tops while out for a walk. 

The soles, on the other hand, is made with an EVA midsole and an EVA foam sock liner offering excellent cushioning and overall comfort on the wearer’s foot. It also comes with a gum rubber outsole, which offers good traction on the floor surface.

The Reebok WP ATI takes inspiration from classic trainers. Even with the modern updates such as the transparent heel and the H-straps, it stays true to the classic silhouette of a fitness shoe. It comes with colorways, which can easily match with most casual outfits, preferably with neutral colors.

The Workout Plus ATI is best known for its retro-inspired design. But besides that, this low-top sneaker is made iconic with its bold and bright branding details. Made with transparent TPU straps, the well-known H-Strap is visible at the sides, which makes it identifiable and lives out the Reebok heritage.

The diet and fitness trend has been on the rise in the past few years, yet it is not just a modern-day thing. It was in the 1980s when the fitness revolution started. People were doing aerobics through exercise videos. Bodybuilding and fitness gyms were being built. Even fitness classes were set up. Overall, the fitness culture became commercialized, which led to brands to look into the needs and demands of the market.

One of the brands was Reebok. While most shoe brands focused on running shoes and developed shoe technologies, Reebok came up with the Workout in 1984. The Workout was the perfect shoe for working out and was well received by the market. Its popularity made it not just a gym companion but also an iconic streetwear for everyday use.  To keep it going even in the later years, Reebok adjusted some details in the original silhouette and eventually came up with the Workout Plus in 1987. This silhouette also became a classic favorite and was re-released in 2011 as part of a Vintage Collection.

The popularity of classic favorites was no joke. To reach out to more cultures, Reebok came up with the Alter The Icon series. It brought back the signature style of classics like the Classic Leather and the Workout Plus and added in some upgrades. One of the products released in this series is the Workout Plus ATI. This sneaker cops the casual retro look that is perfect on the streets.

  • Some of the colors available are white/ Collegiate navy/ Humble blue.

Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.