Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • A significant number of users marveled at how comfortable they felt in the Reebok Flexagon Force.
  • Many buyers found the shoe convenient for both gym use and all-day walking.
  • The trainer's design was described as clean and sleek by a good number of reviewers.
  • More than a few purchasers appreciated the memory foam insert which padded the foot softly.
  • The footwear was considered lightweight by some people.
  • A couple of customers were delighted with its affordable price.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Multiple shoppers complained about the tight and narrow fit of this Reebok trainer.
  • The shoe's quality was considered subpar and cheap by several buyers.

Bottom line

The Reebok Flexagon Force was deemed a comfortable, functional, and good-looking trainer. Even though some people found it narrow and cheaply made, the shoe's ability to accommodate both workouts and casual wear was appreciated by many.

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Good to know

  • The Reebok Flexagon Force is a footgear designed to withstand grueling workouts at the gym. It manufactured from durable materials like the net mesh upper fabric that has been reinforced with the 3D Fuse Frame technology to heighten lateral support at the midfoot.
  • The sole unit is crafted from a soft foam compound that attenuates shock. The platform also serves as the outsole of the trainer. However, the area under the ball is lined with carbon rubber to protect it against abrasion and add multi-directional grip.
  • This model looks nothing like the original Reebok Flexagon. The older version uses an engineered mesh upper with visible ventilation pores to keep the inside fresh. Its midsole also serves as the outsole, but the rubber pods are placed at the heel and toe sections. The Flexagon Force has been updated to be able to withstand more intense activities.

The Reebok Flexagon Force caters to both male and female athletes. The men’s version comes in US sizes 7 to 14 while the women’s style is available in US 5.5 to 12. Both versions are sold in full and half sizes. As for the width, the female option is only offered in a B - Medium profile, while gentlemen can choose between D - Medium and 4E - Extra Wide. The fit can be customized using the lacing system at the midfoot. The cushioned tongue and collar contribute to a secure foothold.

An exposed midsole also serves as the primary outsole of the Reebok Flexagon Force. However, the hard-wearing area under the ball of the foot is lined with carbon rubber. This compound is durable and provides traction during quick directional changes. It also features flex grooves throughout the underside which promote natural foot movements.

The single cushioning platform works as both the midsole and outsole of the Reebok Flexagon Force. It is soft to deliver comfort and at the same time attenuate shock to prevent injuries or discomfort.

Inside the shoe is the MemoryTech Massage insole. This element amplifies the cushioning offered by the midsole for long-lasting comfort.

Like most training shoes, the Reebok Flexagon Force sports a low-cut design. It features a net mesh upper that is lightweight and promotes natural foot bending. It is also breathable, ensuring that the foot chamber is kept cool while working out.

The 3D Fuse Frame technology is employed on the sides of the midfoot and continues to the eyestay. The synthetic overlays directly merge with the fabric without any stitchings. The cage-like structure delivers support during lateral movements.

A layer of synthetic material also wraps the heel to keep it steady during dynamic motions. It extends upwards to the back of the collar, serving as a pull tab to make it easier for users to put on the trainer.

A traditional lace-up closure is found on the midfoot. It has six pairs of eyelets that permit customization of the fit. The padded tongue and collar ensure that the fit is snug and irritation of the skin is avoided.


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Nicholas Rizzo
Nicholas Rizzo

Nick combines 10+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry and a background in the sciences in his role as the Fitness Research Director. During his competitive powerlifting years his PRs have him sitting in the top 2% of bench presses (395 lbs), top 3% of squats (485 lbs) and top 6% of deadlifts (515 lbs) for his weight and age. His work has been featured on, LiveStrong, Healthline, WebMD, WashingtonPost, and many more. Along the way, collaborating with industry leaders like Michael Yessis, Mark Rippetoe, Carlo Buzzichelli, Dave Tate, Ray Williams, and Joel Seedman.