Reebok Sublite XT Cushion 2.0 Running Shoe Review


– Quite breathable
– Wallet-friendly
– Fits to true size of the user
– Stylish look


– Lack of traction while using on rainy days
– Handful of runners were disappointed about its durability
– Few of the users expect more arch support

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In its latest iteration of Sublite XT Cushion, Reebok has made all of the modifications to the upper unit with biggest change is the huge midfoot straps removal on both sides. Those weight inducing straps, it is replaced with think synthetic overlays network that builds as side wall. The tongue is almost molded unlike its previous model that owns a flat version. In this version, the laces are flat with enhanced texture facilitating to stay fit tied while running.



The upper coverage is made up of breathable mesh and synthetic leather overlays. The same material is utilized in the midfoot till the heel to deliver excellent holding, improved security and enhanced support. In this iteration, it makes use of a heel loop for extended convenience and Memory Tech sockliner that elevates the plush and cushioning sense.



In this version of XT cushion, Reebok uses moderately flat rubber for its outsole unit with deep flex grooves placed from heel to toe to deliver better traction and excellent flexibility. Hard carbon rubber is utilized in the frequent pressure prone areas and in the heel to provide extended durability.



Reebok Sublite XT Cushion 2.0 is a lightweight trainer than has potential to handle long distances at distinct speeds. It is available at an affordable cost which is equipped with essential features to deliver better arch support, soft cushioning, utmost flexibility, superb comfort with an aesthetic look.