• Reebok Nano Web
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KNOW YOUR TECH: Reebok NanoWeb Adds Support to the ZQuick Collection

KNOW YOUR TECH breaks down the scientific technology used in your favorite sneakers and activewear. Let’s demystify your next purchase: today’s technology is Reebok NanoWeb. Used on both the Reebok ZQuick running model and the Reebok ZQuick Trainer, Reebok NanoWeb helps to add support and structure to otherwise minimal designs. Whether you’re tallying up the miles or working towards the pump in the gym, Reebok NanoWeb will support you the whole way through.

What is it? Reebok NanoWeb is a synthetic overlay used on both the Reebok ZQuick and Reebok ZQuick Trainer. Due to its synthetic plastic construction, Reebok NanoWeb is durable and supportive, but its unique design also allows for plenty of flexibility.

How does it work? Reebok NanoWeb acts as a cradle for the foot, keeping the wearer’s position in place and adding structure for quick lateral movements. While many synthetic overlays can be restrictive due to their design, the open hole construction of Reebok NanoWeb delivers much higher levels of flex. In the case of the ZQuick Trainer, an internal BioSleeve is added for extra support and stability.

Notable Products: Reebok ZQuick Collection

Bottom Line: Reebok’s NanoWeb helps to keep the wearer’s foot supported and in place during high intensity runs or workouts without sacrificing flexibility.

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