Reebok has a new budget friendly option for a cross training shoe – check out the new Nanoflex Parafit TR Shoes from Reebok.
In addition to the Nano series, Reebok is coming out with the latest version—the Nanoflex Parafit TR Shoe. It is a performance trainer made for athletes who need an adaptive fit.
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Nanoflex Parafit TR Shoes – Overview
The Nanoflex TR series is the recreational trainer and the budget-friendly version of the Reebok Nanos. Combining the features of a running and training shoe, the Nanoflex TR is more suitable for daily wear than most trainers. They are ideal for some types of workouts because of their construction and are also great for everyday shoes.
On May 23rd, Reebok is coming with another addition to the Nano series. The Nanoflex Parafit TR shoe is created for athletes who need an adaptive fit. This Reebok training shoe has a breathable mesh upper that is lightweight yet durable. They are flexible and versatile and are more economical.
The medial side zip closure makes them easy to get in and out. The padded, removable sockliner accommodates orthotics and can be removed for extra room. The shoe has a regular fit and a high-abrasion-resistant rubber outsole. It also has a low-cut design for mobility and EVA midsole for stability.
Nanoflex Parafit TR Shoes – In Summary
That’s our close-up look at Nanoflex Parafit TR Shoes.
Featuring stability and versatility, the Nanoflex Parafit TR Shoe will take you from workout to weekend and delivers comfort and easy on and off. Coming on Monday, May 23rd, check out the latest addition to the Nano series and experience its adaptive fit.
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Need a robust, full-featured CrossFit shoe? Check out our review of the Reebok Nano X2. It is more expensive, but is a well-built shoe.
Or, check out the Nike React Metcon Turbo Versus Reebok Nano X1 Review.
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