• Beautifully versatile; ideal for CrossFit and HIIT training
• Kevlar-infused upper offers excellent durability without adding weight
• Good cushioning and support for heels and midsole
The sizes run narrow, especially in the forefoot.
Performance: For those who want a pair of hardcore cross training shoes, look no further than the Reebok CrossFit Nano. These shoes are built with CrossFitters in mind, so they combine a lightweight design with excellent durability. Both the Kevlar-infused upper and the non-marking rubber outsole are built to last, and you'll find these shoes won't wear out even after months of daily WODs.
The support and stability of these shoes are well above average, but they're not so stiff or thick they affect mobility. The breathability is excellent, making the shoes great for long workouts. They're even comfortable enough to use for a HIIT training/sprint training session. Just be warned: the fit is a tad narrow, especially in the toe box. However, those who want a snug shoe will love these bad boys!
Features: The Kevlar-infused mesh upper is lightweight and breathable, and you'll find the rubber sole gives you excellent traction. The Tri-Blend foam fusion used to build the midsole provides a combination of arch support, impact reduction, and versatility.
The grooves in the forefoot give you excellent grip on the ground for quick lateral movements, but the thick, cushioned heel will reduce strain on your joints. The rigid sole will help you hit those Squats and Lunges effectively, offering great stability and support. If your WOD includes a rope climb, you'll love the RopePro sandpaper-texture Kevlar built into the inner midfoot to give you better grip on the rope.
Price: Starting at $80 and rising as high as $130, these aren't cheap shoes. But when you consider their durability, versatility, and excellence, you'll realize they're the best choice for your cross training workouts.
- Rated #1 in 6 Best Cross Training Shoes for Men