Reebok has been pushing its ZigTech midsole technology for quite some time now. But for its latest running shoe, the ONE Cushion, Reebok seems to have taken a more traditional approach to cushioning.

Designed as an everyday runner/trainer, the ONE Cushion features a three-foam midsole, with a soft layer for shock retention, a lightweight layer for foot guidance, and a responsive layer for forward propulsion—somewhat of a holy trinity of cushioning. The shoe’s lightweight mesh upper features textile overlays for the best in both breathability and support, as well as a toecap in the forefoot for a layer of protection. Its decoupled outsole helps isolate shock at heel strike, with a zonal grip patter for traction and flexibility for a more efficient toe-off.

The ONE Cushion is a neutral runner with a flat lateral arch area for max ground contact for a fluid ride. As if the performance features weren’t enough, the shoe comes in a variety of street-ready colorways to add some style to you next run. The ONE Cushion also makes for a great training shoe this summer.

$110

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