The new Reebok Nano X1 Training Shoe has arrived.
It’s available with two different uppers – one Knit and the other Grit.
What’s the difference? That’s what we’re going to cover in this review.
Here’s some of the styles that are available now:
Let’s compare and contrast these two different options.
Reebok Nano X1 Grit Versus Knit – Training Shoe Review – Video from our YouTube Channel
Why read when you can watch? Check out this video from our YouTube channel:
Nano X1 Sizing
Looking for sizing advice? The Nano X1 runs true to size, with a nice, wide toebox that is nearly unchanged from the Nano X.
Visually there’s a small difference because the outsole is wider in the X. I explain in-depth in this video:
There I recommend you order the same size as your Nano X – or whatever your normal shoe size is.
Reebok Nano X1 Grit Versus Knit – Overview
Reebok Nano X1 Grit Versus Knit – In Summary
That’s our review of the differences in the two uppers of the Reebok Nano X1 Training Shoe from Reebok.
Want something that’s really tough and similar to last year’s Flexweave upper? The Grit option is your choice.
It is tough and there’s no weight penalty over the other upper.
The knit upper is soft and comfortable – but it’s not sock-like or super stretchy.
(But it’s likely tougher than those sort of shoes.)
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