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Review: Reebok All Terrain Super

allterrainThanks again to Lisa Cullity for the review!

Well, I guess I’m in the minority, but I love this Shoe for OCR.

I have run four sprints in them, and now the Vermont Beast.  As a matter of fact after what others have said about them, I half expected to have a problem with them on course, and was a little afraid to wear them.  I worried for nothing.  They grabbed every surface I asked them too, I slipped very rarely all day long – even at the end when I was tired.

Best part – rinsed them off – no holes – no rips – no fault with the shoe at all.  They held up on the worst terrain I have every run across.  I never was a Reebok product shopper….but I am now.  Ugg….. I don’t even like Kool Aid……

Rating: 5 star (amazing)

3 thoughts on “Review: Reebok All Terrain Super

  1. It appears that it's us knuckle draggers with wide, paddle feet that experience the tears with the All Terrains. My first pair had wear holes after 2 laps at the Amesbury Sprint and the 2nd pair (free replacements) blew out in 4 spots during the VT Beast. If you have narrower feet, you will love them! Grip and drainage are great and they grab onto a climbing rope better than any show you'll ever wear.

  2. I was afraid to wear mine for the beast because of all the reviews. I LOVED them. They were awesome!

  3. Great review. I feel the same about my Supers. I've had them since March and have put close to 100 miles on them. I live at the base of Jay Peak and do most of my training there. I was very impressed with them during the Beast. The grip and drainage were perfect. Mine also show almost no sign of wear other then being somewhat faded. On a side note- last year I trained and raced in Innov-8 trail roc 245. They had 2 huge holes in the side of them after the Beast and less grip in the mud.

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