Let’s look at all the different versions of the Reebok Nano X CrossFit Shoe from Reebok.
This shoe has been out for a couple of months, and there are some different versions.
Here’s an example, this is the Reebok Nano X Unknown.
It’s a light-weight, mid-cut version of the Nano X.
What’s the key differences between each version?
That’s what we’re going to look at in-depth.
Here’s all the different versions of the Reebok Nano X that we are going to compare and contrast in this article:
Let’s compare and contrast – and find out all about the different versions of the Reebok Nano X.
Reebok Nano X – Regular Edition
Here’s the basic version of the Reebok Nano X.
This is the 10th version of Reebok’s CrossFit training shoe.
It no longer has the CrossFit label on the shoe, as the marketing agreement has expired.
But, it’s the same basic shoe you know and love.
They’ve iterated on this design now for many years – so it’s pretty darn good.
One of our favorite features is the ultra-wide toe box – there’s nothing else like it on the market.
Now, let’s look at the other versions that have since become available.
Reebok Nano X Froning
Rich Froning has his own official edition of the Reebok Nano X.
There are two colorways available.
The upper is different than the regular shoe, it uses a fancier material – and premium laces.
There’s also an elastic strap to help secure the laces – Rich is famous for using his Nanos untied!
But, these are the heaviest of all the Nanos – clocking in at almost 1 full ounce heavier than the regular Nano.
They look good – but they don’t really operate any differently than the regular Nano.
Reebok Nano X PR
The Reebok Nano X PR is one of the more recent revisions of the Nano X.
THis is a nice looking shoe.
It’s got a crisp, all-white color scheme.
The PR stands for “Personal Record” and due to the different materials in the upper, Reebok claims this to be lightweight.
In reality, it weighs exactly the same as the regular Nano X, as we found in our hands on test.
It still looks good though.
Reebok Nano X Unknown
Unlike the PR edition, this version of the Nano X is light-weight.
This is the Reebok Nano X Unknown – it’s a mid-cut version of the shoe.
It’s taller, but the upper is super light-weight and thin.
It’s almost one full ounce lighter than a similar size Nano X (or Nano X PR).
This is a comfortable, good-looking shoe.
But, despite being mid-cut – it doesn’t offer much of any ankle support. That upper is just too thin.
Otherwise it feels like a normal Nano X – it’s using the same outsole and midsole.
Reebok Wonder Woman Nano Training Shoe
Here’s a special edition shoe created with Warner Brothers.
As you can see, it has a comic book-inspired color theme.
Inspired by the Wonder Woman comic book, of course.
Otherwise, it’s just a standard Reebok Nano X.
Reebok Nano X Io Training Shoe
Here’s one of the latest versions of the Reebok Nano X – The Io training shoe.
The IO stands for Inside Out
This shoe is all about pure visual appeal, as there are no performance differences from the standard Nano X.
Reebok Nano X Differences – In Summary
That’s our review of the many different versions of the Reebok Nano X from Reebok.
Some versions are special colors, some have special features, but all feature the same basic performance characteristics of the Reebok Nano X.
Overall, the Reebok Nano X is a great CrossFit shoe with a nice, wide fit – it’s a great shoe for the WOD.
Just be sure to pick a version that looks good to you.
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