Reebok CloudRide DMX
This post was sponsored by Reebok as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Along with my diet change I’ve been trying to be more active, which has included more walking. My old sneakers were purchased back in 2007 and at almost 10 years old (even the laces were mismatched in a desperate attempt to add to their lifespan), needed to be replaced with a shoe I could depend on for long lasting comfort. Reebok CloudRide DMX sneakers offered me exactly that while allowing me to live a more active lifestyle.
The sneakers have patented moving air technology which consists of a lightweight, flexible sole of encapsulated air that provides long-lasting comfort that’s been popular in other Reebok “DMX” products. The air inside the soles are what makes it unique as most shoes typically use foam. I noticed the most difference in my heels when I walked, feeling like I was walking on a soft cloud.
They are available in black or white. They feel light weight; almost as if I’m barefoot, but also snug and cozy on my feet while offering the support I need for my daily walks or while out running errands. The material is almost mesh-like, which offers plenty of breathing room for your tootsies. As a desert dweller, I appreciate this because it means my sweaty feet will be able to breathe. I think the material would allow for sock-less walking as well for people like me who like the no-sock look with a sneaker. They run true to size, my big ol’ size tens were appreciative of that.
Walking around my block nearly everyday really takes a toll on my feet, which is why I was eager to try the cloud-like comfort of the Reebok CloudRide DMX sneakers. They offered me cozy comfort on the uneven roads in my desert town. And with their 100% money back guarantee, I really had nothing to lose by giving them a shot.