Who should buy the Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0

  • Get the Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 if you’re looking for cushioned and breathable trail running shoe for neutral pronators.
  • This running shoe is best recommended for runners who are into long distance trail running races.

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Updates to Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0

  • Its upper has been redesigned to feature lockdown elements that keep the foot secure, regardless of motions. 
  • Following the principle of, "if there's nothing wrong, why fix it," the remainder of the running shoe's composition is patterned after its predecessor. 
  • A staple to the series, a ZigTech outsole is still observed in the Zigwild Trail 6.0's composition.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 updates

Comfortable in-shoe experience

The Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0's sizing follows the standard schemes for both men and women. With such construction, buyers can order a pair using their usual size choice.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 Comfortable in-shoe experience

One of the technical elements that affect the shoe's fit is its mesh upper. This is coupled with overlays that act as the external cage of the platform. 

Zigwild Trail 6.0 offers support and lockdown

These enhance support and lockdown, disabling unwanted shoe removal.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 offers support and lockdown

Moreover, a traditional lace-up closure is responsible for delivering the customizable wrap of the running shoe.

Protects the foot from impact

As suggested by the name, the Zigwild Trail 6.0 is equipped with the famous ZigTech outsole. It is comprised of a foam sole that exhibits zigzag patterns.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 Protects the foot from impact

With its engineering, the outsole component pushes the runner forward and amplifies protection from impact. 

Decreases strain

Because of the zigzag fashion of the outsole, the energy return of the athlete is also heightened.

 Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 Decreases strain

This is done through the absorption of the impact at the heel which is then dispersed through the zigzag patterns. This also aids in decreasing strain, especially on the shins.

Responsive midsole

Similar to the Hoka Bondi 6, the Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 is geared with a foam midsole.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 Responsive midsole

It cushions the underfoot for a soft, plush sensation without compromising responsiveness. Because it is extremely lightweight, the midsole foam of the running shoe prevents drag from occurring.

Allows air flow

The upper of the Zigwild Trail 6.0 is composed of mesh fabric that adapts to the shape of the foot. It is also extremely light, preventing added bulk that can cause drag.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 Allows air flow

The perforations implemented on the mesh upper serve as the airflow system of the platform. These maintain an odor-free foot environment. 

Does not constrict foot movements

More importantly, the upper does not constrict the movements of the foot as it employs pliable attributes.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 Does not constrict foot movements

To optimize lockdown and security, overlays are welded on the upper. These are intended to promote a more pronounced closure around the foot. 

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 delivers stabilized performance

Because of the addition of the overlays, support is also targeted. This essentially means that the runner is supplied with a more stabilized performance.

Reebok Zigwild Trail 6.0 delivers stabilized performance

To top it all off, a classic lacing system is utilized by the trail running platform. This gives the wearer the freedom to adjust the fit of the shoe according to what's comfortable.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Trail
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch
Features: Breathable / Cushioned / Comfortable
Distance: Long distance

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Jens Jakob Andersen
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.