Good to know
- Be confident on the roads with the Reebok One Distance 2.0. This next iteration features a clean, consistent look that doesn’t have a lot of stitched areas or layers all over it. Different color schemes make it visually endearing, and they don’t look like the colors are overly emphasized. It’s a contemporary design that caters to modern tastes in running shoes.
- The upper unit uses a breathable mesh material to provide ventilation to the foot of the wearer. It has a smooth and soft disposition, which makes it easy on the skin. Air is able to easily enter the shoe. The SmoothFuse exterior support system uses overlays that are directly fused to the upper fabrics, thus delivering a lightweight and flexible coverage. Extra layers and seams aren’t used in this model.
- The 2nd version of the Reebok One Distance uses a dual-density foam to attenuate impact shock during the landing phase, and give the toe-off a reliable push-off energy. This responsive foam is comfortable and reliable when it comes to delivering cushioning. A molded sock liner cushions the curves of the underfoot.
- The external layer of the sole unit uses carbon rubber. This material is highly resistant to abrasion and wear. It doesn’t peel off easily, too; it lasts longer and remains effective, even after many uses. Traction is also afforded by this rubber unit. Flex grooves in the forefoot area permit natural flexibility, which is beneficial for the toe-off phase.
The Reebok One Distance 2.0 has a standard running shoe length. It comes in sizes that adhere to the regular measurements. It has a semi-curved shape to follow the natural curve of the human foot. The available width is medium; thus it is able to welcome those with medium sized feet.
CRTek is a technology that uses carbon rubber. This durable compound covers the mid-sole and protects it from the abrasive nature of the asphalt. It also gives reliable surface traction, which is important to the performance of the wearer. This durable compound is comparable to the materials used in the Glycerin 16 from Brooks Running.
Flex grooves allow the foot to flex naturally, especially during the toe-off phase of the gait cycle. Basically, they make the platform more adherent to the natural movements of the wearer’s foot.
The mid-sole unit of the Reebok One Distance 2.0 uses a dual-density foam to make the running experience more comfortable. The softer material assists the foot in achieving a more enabled toe-off, while the thicker foam handles the impact shock during the landing phase.
A sock liner is added to provide more cushioning to the underfoot. It has been anatomically molded to provide cushioning to the arch and the contours of the forefoot area.
A soft mesh is placed in the upper unit of the One Distance 2.0. It is responsive to the foot, moving with it and adhering to its natural performance. Its breathable nature enables air to enter the foot-chamber in order to maintain ventilation.
The SmoothFuse Technology consists of an overlay system that’s fused directly to the upper fabrics. This seamless design lessens the weight of the shoe, while maintaining secure coverage. The lack of stitched-on layers won’t let it look bulky.
A heel counter made from Injection Molded EVA has been added to this model. It keeps the rear of the foot in place and prevents it from getting accidentally removed from the shoe.