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July 18, 2012

Running Series - Reebok

Reebok Reflex Transitions. These shoes will help you stay light on your feet while maintaining control. RealFlex technology helps encourage natural movement of the foot; individual flex-friendly "nodes" help your feet move and flex. The RealFlex Transition adds reinforcements to enhance stability through your workout. The single layer polyester mesh upper adds strength without unnecessary bulk.
They are very light, and our team really enjoyed them.
We tried out both women's and men's Reebok Transitions and they were a hit. Our runners loved how light they were. Some sneakers add weight and you feel like you're getting a double work out just by lifting your feet, but not these. We liked this, but felt they weren't as sturdy as other shoes we tried. If you need a lot of stability, these may not be the best shoes, but if you want lightweight and easy to move, these would be perfect.
If you want something even more lightweight, try the Realflex Scream with it's Low-cut design for added mobility, Multi-direction flex nodes for natural motion, Blown rubber forefoot for cushioning, traction and durability, Removable Ortholite® foam sockliner accommodates orthotics, and 3D Ultralite for lightweight, natural footstrike.

In addition to the great quality of these shoes, I also loved the wide variety of colors they came in, and the ability to customize some of the styles - pick the color for every part of your shoe. It guarantees you have a one of a kind (or almost one of a kind if someone else thinks just like you).




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