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Reebok Nano X4


Step into the Reebok Nano X4, this shoe is a powerhouse of versatility, ideal for hybrid athletes who transition between lifting, HIIT, sprinting, and CrossFit, offering unmatched support and responsiveness. The Nano X4 stands out as a reliable, durable choice for anyone looking to elevate their training game across a spectrum of activities


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What I Like About the Reebok Nano X4…

  • Well-Rounded Performance
  • Decent Hybrid Option
  • Good for CrossFit


What I Don’t Like About the Reebok Nano X4…

  • Can [Still] Feel Heavy
  • Not Great for Flat Feet
  • High(er) Drop May Be a Miss for Some

Product Summary and Features

The Reebok Nano X4 emerges as the quintessential ‘Athlete’s Shoe,’ engineered for a myriad of workouts, from the rigors of strength training to the agility of HIIT. This model boasts significant updates, including a more secure tongue gusset and an overhauled Lift and Run Chassis, enhancing its dynamic utility.

Its Floatride Energy Foam midsole strikes a balance between stability for heavy lifting and responsiveness for sprints and short runs. Ideal for hybrid athletes, the Nano X4 combines breathability, a quick break-in period, and a form-fitting design, catering to those who embrace a diverse training regimen.

  • Lift And Run (L.A.R.) Chassis system for promoting stability and responsiveness
  • FLEXWEAVE® woven textile upper with TPU heel clip
  • Midfoot ventilation
  • Lace closure and padded mesh gusseted tongue
  • Floatride Energy Foam midsole
  • Full rubber outsole
  • Read my Reebok Nano X4 Review

Reebok’s Return Policy: You can return and exchange items within 60 days of purchasing them. Learn more here.

Cross Training In the Reebok Nano X4

Reebok Nano X4 Specs

  • Heel-to-Toe Drop: 7mm
  • Weight: 12.7 oz (size 10 men’s)
  • Stack Height: 20mm Heel/13mm Forefoot
  • Removable Insole: Yes
  • Colors: 6 men/6 women


Lifting Tests

    • Max Squat: 425 lbs. Good stability. Floatride Energy Foam midsole is dense enough to support 400 lb squats.
    • Max Deadlift: 515 lbs. The stability of this shoe is fine for heavy pulls, however, it does have a slightly higher stack height and drop which can feel so-so for big pulls.
    • Max Lunge: 255 lb walking lunge. Good stability and the upper locks the foot down well.
    • Max Leg Press: 550 lbs. Great outsole grip for traction and width for promoting toe splay.
    • TF2 Lifting Rating: 4.6/5

Versatility Tests

    • HIIT Workouts: Full-body circuits. This shoe feels better than its predecessor for HIIT workouts and that’s due to its Flexweave upper feeling more breathable and lightweight.
    • CrossFit WODs: Fran, Cindy, and more. The Nano X4 is consistent for most WODs. It’s versatile for WODs with running and dense enough for heavy lifts.
    • Running Tests: Sprints and 2 mile run. For sprints, this model felt pretty good. For runs ranging from 1-2 miles, this shoe does a pretty good job with its LAR system.
    • TF2 Versatility Rating: 4.6/5


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