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Here’s How to Score the Next Great Home Workout Shoe Early

Reebok’s Nano X, the successor to one of the best fitness products of last year, has all the makings of another workout winner.

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How do you improve upon damn-near perfect? It’s no easy task, but that’s what Reebok has endeavored to do with the new Nano X, the successor to one of the best fitness products of 2019, the Nano 9. By all indications, the brand has achieved that goal, and now you can order it ahead of it’s official launch next week with one simple, 15-second step.

But first, what makes this shoe an improvement over the Nano 9, our current go-to for home workouts? Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Nano, the Nano X boasts many of the same features that make this footwear such a staple, including a low-cut design to ease movement and minimal drop to give you a stable base for big lifts.

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However, it also features an upgraded flexweave upper for breathability and support and a redesigned, compression-molded midsole that improves its running capability and provides durable cushioning. The collar has also been reworked, employing high-density foam to maximize comfort and performance.

To order the Nano X early, all you have to do is join Reebok UNLOCKED, the brand’s loyalty program that earns you points for every purchase and also keeps you in the loop about new releases and special offers. As you might expect, one of those perks is the opportunity to order this next-generation shoe right now.

Buy Now: $130

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