Who should buy the Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 

If you’re a fan of the first Flexagon Force, then you’d love the second iteration. These Reebok workouts shoes both have a low-to-the-ground sole unit that makes it easy for the foot to move naturally. Its low profile also puts a person’s center of gravity closer to the ground, which makes for better balance. It is a solid option if: 

  • You prefer a shoe with a springy platform that would help your feet to have more endurance during plyometrics and cardio-centric exercises. 
  • You work out in warm environments and need a trainer breathable enough to keep your feet neat and cool. 

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Logo1

Updates to the Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 

  • This version uses a different type of mesh for its upper. This material provides more breathability to the shoe. 
  • The first version uses the Delta logo, while the Flexagon Force 2 features the old-school Reebok Vector.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Updates1

Enhanced surface grip

Some workout shoes, like the Flexagon Force, have midsoles that also function as the outsole. They are made from a type of foam that is hard-wearing, so they don’t easily get destroyed with constant use. Also, this type of construction keeps the weight of the footwear light.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Outsole2

The grooves on the underside serve two purposes: the first is for the smooth heel-to-toe transition, and second, they enhance the grip to the surface. Also, there is a wide strip of carbon rubber under the ball of the foot. It makes this area more durable and grippy.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Outsole1

Bouncy and shock-absorbent

Shock absorption on the Flexagon Force is delivered by a full-length foam. This compound is designed to not easily compress with pressure to keep the foot supported, especially during weight training. It is also a bit bouncy, so the legs and feet won’t quickly tire during cardio and plyometrics.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Midsole1

Anti-slippage foam

Inside is a MemoryTech insole. It conforms to the sole of the foot for maximum coverage and slippage prevention. This foam sockliner also provides long-lasting comfort to the wearer.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 MemoryTech

Breathable upper

A net mesh forms the top of the Reebok Flexagon Force 2. This fabric is lightweight and has pores that allow air to cool down the foot chamber.

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Amplified lateral hold

Hot-melt overlays are added to the quarters. They increase the lateral hold of the upper, especially when the laces are tightened.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Overlays

The Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0's lacing system

Fit adjustments are made possible by the traditional lacing system on the midfoot. The tongue and the collar have light foam lining them, delivering a cozy fit.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Lacing System

Heel lockdown

At the back, the external heel panel is replaced by a criss-cross structure. This element not only looks cool but also contributes to the heel lockdown.

Reebok Flexagon Force 2.0 Criss-Cross Structure

Facts / Specs

Use: Workout, HIIT, Jumping rope / Gym / Cross-training
Width: Normal, Wide, X-Wide / Normal, Wide
Collection: Reebok Flexagon
BRAND Brand: Reebok
Toebox: Narrow
Colorways: Black / White
SKUs: EG8753 / EH1156 / EH3550 / EH3552 / FX0153 / FX0154 / FX0158 / FX0171 / FX0176 / JAC75

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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 Bodybuilding.com, 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.