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Built on the empirical design specification of human movement, the Reebok CrossFit Nano 5.0 belongs to a series of footwear that has always raised the standard in terms of what you can expect from a shoe. The Crossfit
Nano is one of the only shoes that people know by name and for good reason, every year you can walk into a Reebok store and get an upgraded version, without any associated worry. Upgrading from the Crossfit Nano 3.0, the Kevlar material for protection and durability is a welcome addition. Specifically, in terms of Kevlar technology,
you get a 360 “BulletCage” which is built for added protection and designed specially to help endure the most challenging and diverse CrossFit daily workouts also known as WODs.
It is also designed keeping abrasion protection in mind as that is something that especially experienced by CrossFit athletes. The shoe also is not tapered, and so it provides a comfortable fit and helps prevent damage to your skin. On the outside, the shoe utilizes laser cutting technology to prevent it from fraying ensuring that you get to use it for a considerable amount of time without worrying about it looking shabby.
Beyond just adding Kevlar material, the Reebok CrossFit Nano 5.0 also has a freshly engineered heel counter and foot bed that is coupled with an R55 platform designed for high rebound and cushioning. You also get traction that works in syncronicity with a MetaSplit flex groove and heightened RopePro+. When put to the test, something that immediately stood out was the grip, even while I was walking on partially wet surfaces,
the shoes felt like they were stable and I did not have to worry about slipping. I could also feel reduced strain on my ankle in comparison to regular sneakers.