Reebok Discontinued The Sprint 2.0 in January 2017
When most CrossFitters think of CrossFit shoes from Reebok, the Nano usually comes to mind first. While lesser known, the Reebok Sprint 2.0 consistently performed well during our tests. We loved the slimmer fitting toe box and more flexible sole compared to the Nanos and we've given it our Top Pick for Running WODs award. If you are looking for a shoe that can be used for everything the whiteboard throws at you, this shoe is almost perfect. In addition to sprints and longer runs, it was a stellar performer for rope climbs and quite comfortable for box jumps and double unders. The main area this shoe didn't impress us in was heavy lifting. It has a softer sole than traditional weightlifting shoes and it was hard to keep our weight situated on the back of our heels. We wound up dumping heavier weights due to coming forward onto our toes, but we didn't mind lifting in them with lighter loads. These shoes are a great choice for intense workouts that combine light to moderate lifts with running, jumping, or gymnastics. If you need a shoe that can handle heavier weights then check out our Editors' Choice winner, the Nike Metcon 4 - Women's.