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The Reebok Nano 6.0 CrossFit Training Shoes are some of the best CrossFit shoes we’ve tested yet.

Reebok Nano 6.0 Shoes
Reebok Nano 6.0 Shoes

Stay fearless and confident in these men's CrossFit Nano 6.0s when negotiating those grueling rope climbs. Sandpaper-textured material and ROPEPRO technology assist with grip, while flex grooves aid foot flexibility. The re-engineered anatomical shape helps you take it to that next level.Best for: CrossFit workouts, high-intensity sessions, cardio Low-cut design for freedom of motion and quicker transitions Compression-molded midsole for cushioning and shock absorption Raised lug pattern on the rubber outsole for traction ROPEPRO midfoot teeth add traction and bite for rope climbs Flex grooves for increased flexibility

Reebok Nano’s are in reality my favorite shoes to train with.

I’ve worn everything from

  • Inov8
  • New Balance

And just about every other company targeting the “functional fitness” market.

My absolute favorite shoes to train in are my Reebok Nano 4.0’s.

There’s just not much I would change about them. My favorite shoes to wear when not training are Reebok Nano 2.0’s and that’s because they feel great and look good.

With these leaked images of the Reebok Nano 6.0, I’m pretty pumped because I think they look awesome!

As far as release date, I would assume right before Regionals, so a month or so.

Specifications have yet to be released but from the looks, they seem like the Nano 4.0 and Nano 5.0 came together and had a baby.

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Reebok CrossFit Nano 6.0 Shoes FAQs

Are Reebok Nano 6.0 for CrossFit?

The Reebok Nano 6.0 is a fantastic CrossFit store alternative. It boasts a bigger toe box to allow for toe splay when lifting, as well as a high-density foam midsole for further stability and mobility.

Are Reebok Nano 6 good for HIIT?

The Reebok Nano 6 are CrossFit-specific and may also be used for strength training, HIIT, mobility, and cardio machines. The Flexweave upper allows your foot to flex freely during active sports, while the rubber outsole adds grip for rope climbs.

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