Verdict from 7.8 hours of research from the internet

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59 users: 3.6 / 5

7 reasons to buy

  • A good number of owners have nothing to complain about with the ZigNano ProFury. They even declare that they will buy another pair.
  • Like the KD 11, these Reebok basketball shoes are comfortable to wear and walk in, many users report.
  • Several players are happy with the amount of ankle support that these basketball shoes provide.
  • These are nice looking basketball sneakers according to numerous buyers.
  • A small number of wearers claim that the ZigNano ProFury fits well.
  • More than a handful remark that these Reebok basketball shoes are surprisingly lightweight.
  • A couple of reviewers are happy with the ZigNano cushioning technology. One even declares that it absorbs all the impact while walking.

3 reasons not to buy

  • According to a few wearers, the Reebok ZigNano Profury runs narrow. Buyers have a similar gripe about the Air Jordan XXXIII.
  • These Reebok basketball shoes are painful to hoop in, several owners comment. They complain that the shoes lack cushioning and make their feet sore after a game.
  • A small number of users warn against using these basketball shoes outdoors. They claim that the ZigNano ProFury's sole wears out quickly.

Bottom line

The majority of reviewers have very little to complain about with the Reebok ZigNano ProFury. Its on-court performance was better than expected and is at par with basketball shoes made by Adidas and Nike. Also, the ProFury's unique style and extreme comfort make these great for working out and for walking around. However, a few are still not convinced that the ZigNano technology is suitable for on-court use.

Buyers who enjoyed playing in John Wall’s Reebok ZigEscape or ZigEncore can feel free to add the ZigNano ProFury to their rotation.

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The Reebok ZigNano Profury has all the performance features you need to become unstoppable on the court. These basketball shoes feature a leather and mesh upper for breathable support. It also has a unique zigzag-shaped sole for responsive cushioning. Challenge your opponents everytime you lace up these lightweight and speedy basketball shoes from Reebok.

Cushion. Reebok equipped the ProFury with their patented ZigNano technology. This low-profile and responsive cushioning technology enhances energy return to keep you going strong all game long.

The ZigNano technology slightly tilts forward to help propel the foot and increase lateral stability.

Traction. The ZigNano ProFury has a durable rubber outsole with a herringbone traction pattern that provides excellent grip on the hardwood.

Length and Width. According to wearers, these shoes have a narrow fit. They recommend wide-footers to go up half a size. Narrow and normal-footers can go true to size.

Lockdown. The Reebok ZigNano ProFury has a lace-up closure for an adjustable fit. Its mid-top collar enhances ankle support without sacrificing mobility.

A combination of soft synthetic leather and mesh creates the Reebok ZigNano ProFury’s upper. The leather and mesh construction offers support, breathability, and comfort.

Perforations along the upper allow for better ventilation while a padded collar and cushioned footbed help manage moisture for a more comfortable feel.

The ingenious ZigNano technology gives the ProFury a distinctly unique silhouette. Reebok’s classic Vector logo completes the upper’s design.

The Reebok ZigNano ProFury has several eye-catching colorways. These shoes are dressed in a combination of hues such as Black, Blue, Yellow, Red, White, Flat Gray, Ice, and Pink.

Size and fit

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Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.

dimitrije@runrepeat.com