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How To Choose The Best Crossfit Shoe For You

Posted by Kayli Barth on March 23, 2014 (0 Comments)

Shoes are probably the most important piece of gear you will buy as a crossfitter. You want to choose a shoe that will enhance your performance and help you make it through your WOD in the fastest time possible. Because crossfit is such a varied sport, crossfit shoes need to be multifunctional - and some are better for different parts of your workout than others. 

Reebok CrossFit Sprint Trainer - Best for Fast Workouts

The name of this shoe pretty much says it all. The Reebok Crossfit Sprint Trainer was designed for getting through super fast, intense workouts. Featuring a synthetic mesh upper, this training shoe increases airflow to keep your feet cool and comfortable during intense workouts. These shoes provide enough support and cushioning to reduce impact during the most explosive movements, allowing you to keep training at your best.

Reebok CrossFit U-Form Lifter - Best for Olympic Lifts

The Reebok CrossFit Oly U-Form is one of the lightest Olympic lifting trainers on the market. These shoes provide incredible stability and support for those heavy lifts, while the semi-rigid forefoot allows for flexibility going into those explosive movements like box jumps or jumping rope. With U-Form technology, these shoes can be customized to fit your feet perfectly for the most comfortable deadlift you've ever had.

Reebok Crossfit Nano 3.0 - Best All Around Crossfit Shoe

An update to the popular Reebok Crossfit Nano and Crossfit Nano 2.0, this shoe carries on the tradition of being the best overall crossfit shoe. The Reebok CrossFit Nano 3.0 training shoe balances cushioning and low-to-the-ground feel so you can stay quick, safe and comfortable through even the toughest workouts. The construction provides lightweight support and full foot dispersion for stability to keep you injury free. This shoe will power you through your entire WOD no matter what moves you throw at 'em, from box jumps to back squats.


What's your favourite crossfit shoe? Let us know in the comments.

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