Who should buy the Reebok Gazura
Specifically designed for high-intensity workouts, this pair of mesh training shoes have been structured to support the foot during fast maneuvers. You might enjoy wearing the Reebok Gazura if:
- You are into HIIT, Tabata, Bootcamp, circuit training in studios and want a shoe that could dull the impact of such physically demanding workouts.
- Your situation is requiring you to get a new pair and would like to have a trainer that doesn't require any break-in periods.
- You want the convenience of having an all-in-one shoe that could go along really well with either workout or street clothing.
Reliable outsole grip
The midsole of the Gazura also doubles as its outsole. However, areas that require more durability and traction, like the heel, have a rubber layer. Its flat heel also keeps the foot firmly planted to the floor when the wearer is doing squats or deadlifts.
Deep flex grooves run through the middle of the underside. It facilitates smooth forward motions. The line at the center supports the foot during side-to-side movements, so the wearer doesn’t lose footing.
An EVA foam makes up the primary cushioning of the Reebok Gazura. This foam technology is engineered to soften landings by absorbing the shock from impact.
Inside this workout shoe from Reebok is an insole made of EVA foam. This layer enhances underfoot comfort and prevents the foot from sliding around while training.
A mesh fabric makes up the top of this Reebok trainer. This material is lightweight and breathable, which helps keep the foot fresh no matter how intense the training gets.
Light foam lines both the tongue and the collar. They are constructed to be high to deliver a comfortable fit. The style also makes it easy for wearers to pull up the shoe.
The Reebok Gazura features a bootie silhouette. Wearers can easily slide their foot in or out, but a lace-up system allows wearers to tighten the fit if needed.
The Reebok Gazura's overlays
This model features the 3D Fuse Frame construction. This element keeps the structure of the upper and also supports the foot during multidirectional movements. A synthetic overlay integrates with the lacing system. It covers part of the heel, so when the laces are tightened, this area wraps the hindfoot securely.