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Originally launched in time for the 2016 CrossFit Games, the Reebok CrossFit Nano 6.0 has been re-released a few times over the years with only some minor changes being applied to it. For the 2019 CrossFit Nano 6.0, though it still uses Kevlar for its upper, the branding on the forefoot has been removed. There’s also a new DuraGrip layer that protects the toe box.
A gum rubber outsole protects the underside of the Reebok CrossFit Nano 6.0. It features a razor blade tread pattern at the forefoot for exceptional grip while the larger lugs adorn the heel for steadiness.
The RopePro technology is placed on the medial side of the midfoot. This element bites the rope down to help with rope ascents and prevents early deterioration of the midsole due to abrasion.
At the forefoot, the Metasplit innovation can be seen. It allows the platform to move naturally with the foot by mimicking the actions of the metatarsals of the foot.
The Reebok CrossFit Nano 6.0 features a CMEVA midsole. This compound is engineered to be lightweight and compact to deliver a low-profile construction. It does not easily compress to support the user during heavy lifting but that does not take away its ability to absorb shock.
The Reebok CrossFit Nano 6.0 employs a mesh upper with Kevlar infused in critical areas. The mesh helps ventilate the foot chamber while the sandpaper-textured Kevlar overlays prevent the fabric from ripping or tearing.
This model features a Powerlaunch toe box which means it has been constructed with more room for the toes to spread for better stability during agile movements. There’s also a DuraGrip layer on the toe box to protect the toes during pushups, burpees, sled-pushes, and the likes.
The CrossFit Nano 6.0 features a traditional lacing system. The interior is lightly padded to keep the fit snug and the wearer comfortable.