Reebok just dropped a new training shoe – here’s the Nano 6000 Training Shoes – great for CrossFit-style training.
Reebok will release Nano 6000 training shoe on June 16, 2022. According to Reebok, this shoe pays tribute to the beloved Reebok GL 6000 that debuted almost 40 years ago.
Here are some of the styles we are going to look at:
Nano 6000 Training Shoes – Overview
The shoe strives to fuse Reebok’s designs of daily lifestyle wear and Nano training elements, such as the Floatride Energy Foam, Flexweave Knit Upper, rubber outsole, and supportive heel clip. The Nano 6000 is a versatile training shoe devised to perform in or out of the gym.
The durable Flexweave® upper highlights a tricolor design that nods to Reebok heritage, while the Floatride Energy in the forefoot delivers cushioning for dynamic movement.
The shoe’s outsole has a tread pattern that provides traction on various surfaces, so you can also workout outside the gym. The shoe has a regular fit with lace closure and textile lining.
Nano 6000 Training Shoes – In Summary
That’s our close-up look at Nano 6000 Training Shoes.
The Nano 6000 Training Shoe sells at $135 and comes in different colorways: Pure Grey 2/Digital Blue/Core Black Pure Grey 2/Atomic Pink/Core Black Pure Grey 1/Pure Grey 4/Core Black Pure Grey 2/Flash Red/Batik Blue
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Because this shoe is based off the Nano X2 – expect it to fit and perform similarly. You can read our Reebok Nano X2 Review to find out more about how the Nano is a great CrossFit shoe.
You can still get the Reebok Nano X1 in the Newest Styles too.
Want a more hardcore weightlifting shoe? Check the Nike Metcon 7.
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