Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 Review
CrossFitter’s get ready!
The new Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0. has an upper designed for lateral support, and a low profile platform that balances cushioning and stability so you can stay quick, safe and comfortable through even the toughest WODs.
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Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 Specifications:
Low profile midsole with a 9mm heel to 5mm toe drop for a natural fit and feel
Die-cut Ortholite sockliner for most responsive and minimalist feel
Reebok fuse-framed logo treatments for lightweight support and increased stability
IMEVA midsole for most responsive feel
DuraGrip toe cap application for enhanced abrasion resistance
Carbon rubber outsole and sidewall lug wraps for durability
Open athletic mesh forefoot for excellent breathability
Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 Review
Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 Review by Hutchy
I really noticed the difference in these shoes compared to runners and even tennis shoes. They help me stay on my heels and are light but supportive and great for all types of workouts.
Posted on September 29, 2012 | Review for: Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 – Charged
The Perfect Shoe for Crossfit
Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 Review by Tomas (Wodhouse Gym, Panama)
Excellent choice, great shoes! Perfect for any routine.
Posted on August 22, 2012 | Review for: Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 – Charged
Originally intended to be used as a mountain racing flat, Inov8’s are easily one of the most visible performance shoes for CrossFit.
The F-Lite 195’s and 230’s made their name by providing a sturdy, flexible, supportive, flat-soled shoe that can withstand most every demand that you’d encounter in CrossFit, all while weighing 230g or a infinitesimal 195g. The 230’s sport a “2 Arrow Shock Zone” heel and the 195’s boast a shorter “1 Arrow” heel. The heel-to-toe differential for the options is a 6mm on the 230’s or a 3mm between the heel height and the toe height of the shoe. A minimal differential maximizes stability for many of the core lifts, the POSE method, bodyweight movements: pull-ups, box jumps, burpees, or any drill that requires versatility.
The 195/230’s were manufactured to maximize an athlete’s overall speed, power, and responsiveness, whether forward, vertically, or laterally. The Inov-8 195/230’s have all grounds covered.
Check out Inov8’s minimalist shoe @ Rogue Fitness.com
Rogue Fitness Inov8 CrossFit Shoe Review of Inov8 Bare XF 210
Quality 5 stars out of 5
These run a bit narrow compared to other inov-8s. I just loosened them up and they were fine. These are basically like wearing a shoe version of VFFs. They are super minimal and stiff soled, while maintaining a flexible forefoot. That being said, box jumps can hurt if you’re going for speed and using a quick rebound. Large sets of DU’s might also tax your shins. They feel 100% bomber for deadlifts, jerks, and anything else where you wish you were barefoot. 4 stars because they aren’t, in my opinion, as well rounded for crossfit as other inov-8s given how minimal they are. I’d rather use my x-road233s for something with box jumps and/or double unders, and spare my joints the impact stress with a slightly more substantial sole. Inov8 CrossFit Shoe Review
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