Reebok is slated to launch a trio of new training sneakers as part of its ZQUICK collection in early 2014, and today we have an exclusive preview of what the shoes will entail in terms of design and performance.
Inspired by the impressive speed and handling of top supercars, the ZQUICK is all about helping athletes get the most out of their training. With quickness, traction and control at the forefront, the collection features a flexible yet durable design that’s light on the feet and heavy on the performance.
Each shoe in the collection features a variation of Reebok’s NanoWeb upper, which offers all-around support without sacrificing flexibility. The shoe’s rubber outsole closely resembles that of the Nike Free, but Reebok’s version has even more flex grooves, along with what the brand likes to refer to as max ground expansion joints, for improved footing and greater mobility.
Reebok has set a February 2014 release date for the ZQUICK collection. It has also enlisted the help of Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno to help with the marketing campaign.