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Can a pair of shoes be considered a “gadget”? The new Reebok ATV 19+ has to come awfully close. The carbon rubber sole is comprised of 19 irregular “lugs” designed to grip any terrain you find yourself on, be it snow, mud, sand, or grass and still provide a cushioning support to the foot. More importantly, the design also includes rugged synthetic toe and heel overlays–no stubbed toes here! They are engineered for stability and high speed running through all terrain.
Reebok ATV 19+ will be unveiled and officially launched February 1st 2013 and will retail for $140 through Reebok.
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really good idea, to prevent those ankle rolls!
You know, I read a lot of reviews on running sites saying that these would cause nothing but ankle rolls. But from the lug layout, they look pretty stabilizing. I have several pairs of the RealFlex–now THOSE cause some pretty nasty rolls, yet I continue to wear them. Anyone who plans on purchasing a pair of those ATVs, please let us know what you think of them.