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Reebok GS Ventilator II Running Shoes (For Men)

Closeouts. A honey of a shoe, the Reebok GS Ventilator II running shoe benefits from honeycomb-shaped midsole technology that keeps you on the right track. These revived classic kicks have a Hexalite midsole that spreads shock-resistance over a large area, offering superior cushioning and support with each stride. The mesh upper pulls air through the shoe for added comfort.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by _yd from Ukraine on Wednesday, January 18, 2017
    I am interested in this model because of the wonderful price and youth design. I was pleased when I got these running shoes. This model is attractive. The size of the running shoes suits to the size of my foot. I pleased of their weight - just 1 lb. 10 oz. I do not regret. These running shoes are beautiful and comfortable.
  • Reviewed by highpockets from Minnesota on Thursday, April 28, 2016
    I dig the retro style of these sneakers, and they're comfortable for me. I have both a wide forefoot and wear orthotic insoles, so I appreciate a roomy footbox and these work with my weird feet. The outsole is nothing special, just ordinary waffle rubber, and I'm really hoping it doesn't wear down too quickly. There's an unusual piece of plastic supporting the arch, which again works OK with my weird feet, but I can see how this might not work for everyone. Maybe this is a stability feature?

    Not sure what the heel drop is, but it's fairly substantial. I would say it's somewhere in the 9+mm range. Tons of heel cushioning, forefoot cushioning is only OK. I tend to need more forefoot cushioning and would have sent these back if I didn't like the style so much (yes, I grew up in the 80s).

    The flat laces are terrible and were shredded within a week.
  • Reviewed by highpockets from Minnesota on Thursday, April 28, 2016
    I dig the retro style of these sneakers, and they're comfortable for me. I have both a wide forefoot and wear orthotic insoles, so I appreciate a roomy footbox and these work with my weird feet. The outsole is nothing special, just ordinary waffle rubber, and I'm really hoping it doesn't wear down too quickly. There's an unusual piece of plastic supporting the arch, which again works OK with my weird feet, but I can see how this might not work for everyone. Maybe this is a stability feature?

    Not sure what the heel drop is, but it's fairly substantial. I would say it's somewhere in the 9+mm range. Tons of heel cushioning, forefoot cushioning is only OK. I tend to need more forefoot cushioning and would have sent these back if I didn't like the style so much (yes, I grew up in the 80s).

    The flat laces are terrible and were shredded within a week.
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