Reebok Floatride Run Review
The Reebok Floatride Run Shoe Shows Reebok’s Commitment To The World
Although some associate the Reebok Floatride Shoe with Crossfit, this shoe is confirmation of the Reebok brand taking running seriously with their most technically advanced shoe to date. The aesthetics, performance, and forward-thinking design are a clear leap in this direction.
The Reebok Floatride Run shoe passes the running test and keeps everyone with the latest trend. This extremely good-looking shoe is a favorite of many and will spice up any outfit after a run. Runners who prefer a lighter, more minimal sneaker with an extremely good fit will love this shoe since the foam is 50 percent lighter than the usual EVA foam.
This soft, floaty shoe is structured by a supportive rim. The ripple-like grip soles present no traction problems but rather give runners an experience that handles well in the snow and on trails. This shoe has a great knit feel and look. The runner will not experience blistering or red marks since the lack of seams allows it to form to the foot shape during a fast-paced or slow run.
The heel hugs and is not too rigid while still remaining well-structured. However, the shoe only provides three lacing points, and runners who want a snug and more secure fit may not like this. Reebok Floatride Run Shoe is the preferred neutral shoe for recreational and serious runners.
This is not a shoe you should assume has no structure since the underfoot protection and strategy provide flexibility. There is no compromise with responsiveness or comfort, leaving this shoe feeling good at several different paces. Reebok has shown their re-commitment and reintroduction to the world with this product which they have invested many technical resources in.