Updates to Reebok Print Run 3.0

  • As an update to the Reebok Print Run 2.0, the 3rd version of the Print Run series offers stylish looks in a road-ready package. It still has a performance-centric design that encourages lithe steps. The façade is updated to use a knitted textile and a saddle that covers the sides and the heel. Printed reinforcements are now limited to the saddle instead of bolstering a majority of the silhouette.
  • A dual-density foam serves as both the outsole and the midsole of this running shoe. 3D mapping has been utilized to adequately accommodate the natural shape and motion of the foot. Rubber accents on the heel and forefoot prevent wear-and-tear.

Size and fit

The Reebok Print Run 3.0 was created to be true to size. It accommodates the general preferences of consumers when it comes to length. When it comes to width, the options are D – Medium for men and B – Medium for women. The foot-mapped sole unit and the stretchy upper work together to welcome the natural shape and movement capacity of the human foot.

Outsole

A ground-contact foam serves as the primary section of this Reebok running shoe outsole unit. This material offers protection against surface abrasion. It is also responsible for delivering traction. Diamond-shaped nodes are present to heighten the grip over the ground.

A foam rim has the job of steadying the platform and improving the capacity of the outer sole to resist abrasion. It also adds to the cushioning capability of the midsole.

Flex grooves permit the runner to bend the foot naturally when taking each step. These trenches on the external pad may potentially quicken and smoothen the heel-to-toe transitions.

Pieces of carbon rubber have been added to the back and front. These add-ons are meant to reinforce against the debilitating effects of ground contact.

Midsole

A 3D-mapped midsole foam offers impact mitigation. It has a curved frame that is particularly reminiscent of the natural curvature of the human foot. The immediate underfoot section contours the arch, thus giving support to a vital area that isn’t usually given any attention.

Upper

A stretchy textile is used for the upper unit of the Reebok Print Run 3.0. This cloth-like material offers a form-fitting and breathable coverage.

A wraparound saddle made of synthetic material is tasked with holding the midfoot and heel in place. It is bolstered by a thin print and a textured exterior that features the Reebok logo.

Round laces go through eyelets on the saddle. These strands are responsible for adjusting the fit. They are also meant to anchor the tongue unit in place, preventing it from slipping to the sides and causing any irritation.

The interior of this running shoe has a seamless construction, which means that runners can wear it without putting on socks initially.

The back portion of the collar has a protruding part that helps when it comes to wearing or removing the Print Run 3.0.

Rankings

How Reebok Print Run 3.0 ranks compared to all other shoes
Bottom 36% road running shoes
All road running shoes
Top 40% Reebok running shoes
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Bottom 37% neutral running shoes
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Popularity

The current trend of Reebok Print Run 3.0.
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Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.