Reebok Zig Kinetica Edge: Cutting-edge style for the city pavements and easy trails

Casting up another silhouette to the growing Reebok Zig series, the brand launched the Zig Kinetica Edge sneaker. This running-inspired kick showcases a style reminiscent of the first Reebok Zig Kinetica revamped with style stirred from trail footwear.

Physical features of RBK Zig Kinetica Edge trainers

Reebok Zig Kinetica Edge is packed with a utilitarian design that lets you wear this on city pavements or outdoor adventures. It displays a mesh upper reinforced with seamless overlays to enhance support and durability. It is secured by a hiking-inspired bungee toggle lacing for quick adjustments and a rugged look.

Reebok inserted it with springy cushioning that gives you bouncy strides as you traverse the easy trails to make it cozier. Meanwhile, its eye-catching heavy sole is loaded with a thick, aggressive-patterned rubber outsole for bolder style and unmatched traction property. 

Nice to know details

Aside from its style that is heavily inspired by hiking kicks, many reviewers specifically mentioned several exciting features:

  • It has a unique heel pull tab that allows you to pull it back and forth, giving you the option if you like it muted low or exposed high. 
  • It is coated with a water-repellent element, allowing you to wear this for snow or light rain shower.
  • Its toebox has reflective overlays that jack up the durability and visibility during low lights. 

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.