The New Reebok CrossFit Nano 7.0 Is Now Available

The CrossFit Games made the announcement this morning on their Instagram page: The Reebok CrossFit® Nano 7.0 is now available on Store.CrossFit.com for purchase starting at $129.99.

Two weeks ago we wrote about leaked photos of the Nano 7.0. They were shared on the CrossFit Store website featuring the “vitamin-C” themed shoe. Currently, the “vitamin-C” themed shoe we wrote about is the only color scheme available.

There are two other official color schemes that will be released in eight days, which would presumably be January 12th.

Also, if you look closely on the site there appears to be a fourth color scheme (redish, pink, and black), but the page isn’t available when clicked on.

Screenshot taken from store.crossfit.com.

The first official color scheme posted features shades of blue, black, white, and lead. Definitely one of the cooler color schemes we’ve seen thus far of the Nano 7.0.

Photo: store.crossfit.com

The other color scheme features shades of gray, white, and black. This color scheme appears to be more simplistic with no color frills.

Photo: store.crossfit.com

The features of the CrossFit Nano 7.0 are shared on Store.CrossFit.com and are below.

  • NanoWeave tech upper for breathability and comfort
  • Anatomical toe box and a low-cut design for a natural feel and ankle mobility
  • Ortholite sockliner for cushion
  • 360-degree TPU heel wrap for a locked-in feel
  • Crystallized rubber outsole flexes naturally for balance and stability
  • 4mm heel-to-toe drop

Two changes to note between the 6.0 and 7.0 are the NanoWeave and added heel piece. The NanoWeave is said to support the breathability of the shoe, which is a change from the previous Kevlar structure we see in some models of Nano.

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Photo: store.crossfit.com

The heel piece is said to create better stability in lifts.

Photo: store.crossfit.com

The end of 2016 and start of 2017 have been showered in new shoe releases. If you’re beginning to feel overwhelmed with each company’s release dates, try not to worry, we have you covered.

For the new Adidas Leistung 16 II, CrazyPower cross trainer, and CrazyPower weightlifting shoe, check out the links above.

And here are our rundowns of the new Nike Romaleos IIIs and Nike Metcon III.

Feature image from store.crossfit.com. 

Jake Boly

Jake Boly

Jake holds a Master's in Sports Science and a Bachelor's in Exercise Science. Currently, Jake serves as the Fitness and Training Editor at BarBend.

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