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    Style #63077

    Men's Ever Road DMX 4.0 Sneaker from Reebok

    • Mesh upper in a fashion sneaker style with a round toe
    • Slip-on entry and lace-up closure
    • Minimum of 30% of the upper is made from recycled materials
    • Padded collar
    • Breathable lining and cushioned insole
    • Durable rubber outsole for dependable traction


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    1. 5 out of 5 stars.

      Don't Size Up

      Super-soft upper with ok lower cushion. If you wear a club c sz 9 you are a 9 in these. Yes the toe box is small but I wouldn't size up unless you have an exceptionally wide foot and even then I don't think it would make much of a difference

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    2. 2 out of 5 stars.

      It broke after 2 hike

      It was comfortable, but it broke after 2 just two hikes

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    3. 4 out of 5 stars.


      Great! Nice product and comfortable. Reebok is a nice shoe.

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    4. 1 out of 5 stars.

      I went in only one hike, and the shoes was cut..

      The shoes looks so good, so I decided to hike with this shoes only once, but the shoes was cut in several places from only one hike.

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    5. 5 out of 5 stars.

      Comfortable for everyday wear

      For the first time I took shoes with such a sole and was not disappointed. I advise to everyone, it is very convenient.

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    6. 4 out of 5 stars.

      Lightweight, Low-Key Comfort Shoes

      I need a pair of sneakers for a long trip. Limited space means that the candidates must be lightly-built and subtly-designed/neutrally colored enough to pair reasonably well with the technical clothes I'll be wearing much of the time, but also with something a little nicer for certain occasions (say, an unstructured casual jacket). But there's simply so much more walking and standing when traveling, and even our most comfortable day-do-day shoes can fail to stack up. So besides the previous points, the shoes need to be particularly comfortable.

      Reebok seems to have approached this by reducing fatigue while at rest, as opposed to while walking. I was actually really concerned the first time I wore them out: the soles are quite squishy and don't initially feel like they are very supportive, and the insoles allow rapid development of hot spots. So the overall ride feels less comfortable in the near term than some other shoes. But they are so light that they virtually disappear when I take a moment to stand still or otherwise rest. I think this is really promising for situations like museums or airports, where there's a mix of standing and start-stop walking. And while they do present slightly less comfort than average sneakers at first, that effect sort of plateaus. To put it another way, my normal sneakers might feel fine until about 1 hour+, and then rapidly become unwearable. These Reeboks don't quite ever seem to ramp up like that.

      Stylewise, they are really pretty nice, in an inoffensive modern/minimal/tech-y sort of way. Definitely cleaner and more versatile that a lot of similarly marketed shoes, and I appreciate that Reebok restrained itself considerably with the branding. I typically wear a 10 med in US sizing, including my other pairs from this brand, but had to size up by .5 to make the toebox comfortable. The soft, stretchy fabric construction runs low across the top of the foot, and can feel a bit constricting (and look slightly lumpy) at the toe. If you also have big toes, or want to wear a range of sock types, you might consider this.

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