Who should buy the Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail

This Reebok sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a shoe with a lightweight EVA midsole for added comfort and shock absorption
  • You are after a sneaker with a low-top profile for adequate ankle mobility
  • You prefer a shoe with a cushioned footbed for underfoot comfort

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail Branding

Size and fit

The Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail is released in women’s sizing. However, it is a unisex shoe so men can still get a pair by ordering 1.5 sizes up than their usual to achieve their actual fit. The shoe’s low-top profile allows adequate ankle mobility. 

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail Side profile

This sneaker has a lacing system for a custom fit. It has a cushioned footbed that delivers underfoot comfort. For added comfort and shock absorption, a lightweight EVA midsole is installed.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail Tongue

Style of the Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail

Designed exclusively for women, the low-top Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail is a running-inspired sneaker with a retro vibe. Influence by the outdoor gear, the rugged trail and adventure-ready outsole gives an elevated look and add height. 

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail midsole

The sneaker has suede and mesh uppers, which exude added depth and texture. Also, the upper has rubberized accents for a sporty look. Apart from its undeniably bold design, it has neon and vibrant colors that display a progressively rugged look.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail laces

Some of the colorways it is available in are:

  • Buff/True Grey/Regal Purple
  • Mineral Mist/True Grey/Neon Lime
  • Wild Brown/Collegiate Navy/Cyan
  • Black/Emerald/Regal Purple
  • Light Sand/Neon Red/Neon Lime

Notable Features

The outdoor style starts to dominate the streets. With the Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail, it provides a unique and stylish look. It truly stands among the crowd.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail toebox

This sneaker highlights chunky midsole that not only elevates one’s height but also levels up style. It is made of neon or vibrant colors that create a contemporary and fresh look.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail laces front

Also, it features the Hexalite hexagonal outsole for extra cushioning and impact protection as well as excellent traction. 

History of the Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail

The Reebok Aztrek was initially released in 1993. It is a lightweight and retro shoe that was inspired by all-terrain runners.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail heel

Since its release, Reebok pushed the shoe’s design further by creating more vibrant uppers and chunkier silhouette. Among them were Reebok Aztrek Double, Reebok Aztrek Double Mix, and Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail insole

The low-top Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail is released in an exaggerated midsole. Compared to its predecessors, it is available in vibrant and neon colorways.

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail outsole

Also, its selling point is the rugged trail outsole, providing better traction for small hikes and different surfaces. It became more than just a lifestyle sneaker but also making itself functional for various activities. 

Reebok Aztrek Double Mix Trail collar

Nice to know

  • The Reebook Aztrek Double Mix Trail comes with extra laces.
  • It has pull tabs on the heel and tongue areas for easy on and off. 
  • Reebok branding is accenting on the tongue and lateral areas.
  • It has reflective detailing.
  • Other colorways have bungee lacing with webbing ghillie eyelets.

Facts / Specs

Base model: Reebok Aztrek Double
Style: Dad, Retro, Sporty, Chunky
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Reebok Hexalite, Reebok Aztrek
Closure: Laces
Designed by: Christian Tresser

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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.