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 3D Fuse Frame. Used in a variety of the brand's running and training sneakers, 3D Fuse Frame has been one of the prominent performance updates in the brand's latest basketball models. Moving forward, this seamless, lightweight construction will likely become one of the brand's tech staples.

What is it? Reebok 3D Fuse Frame is a lightweight, synthetic construction used on the upper of the brand's running, training, and basketball sneakers. Helping to reduce bulk while adding sturdy support, Reebok 3D Fuse Frame has a plastic/synthetic feel that forgoes seams for an efficient and sleek design. 

How does it work? Reebok 3D Fuse Frame works by shedding unnecessary bulk from the upper of sneakers in favor of a durable yet lightweight seamless synthetic construction. Through the use of ventilation cut-outs, Reebok 3D Fuse Frame also adds breathability to keep athletes cool and dry during intense activity. 

Notable products: Reebok Q96, Reebok Pumpspective Omni, Reebok ONE Trainer 1.0, Reebok Ziglite Rush

Bottom line: Whether you're looking to kick off basketball season in a revamped classic or log miles in a lightweight model, consider Reebok 3D Fuse Frame technology. 

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