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Reebok India launches shoes for studio workouts
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Feb '15
The sportswear manufacturing company Reebok India has launched a new line of women’s footwear, ideal for studio workouts like dance, aerobics and kick-boxing.

A balanced amalgamation of style and performance, the Cardio Ultra collection is specifically designed to support multidirectional, high-impact and quick-motion moves common to studio classes, weight or circuit training exercises and sprints.

Replete with an evolved and enhanced arch support and a strong heel for stability and cushioned pressure points, the shoes feature the brand’s signature moisture-wicking technology PlayDry which keeps the foot dry and moisture-free.

Equipped with the AdaptaMove upper, the footwear naturally cradles the foot and supports activities like side jumps and lunges. The TriFoam forefoot cushioning in the sole has triple layering which helps absorb impact, provides rebound needed between moves, and offers superb comfort and cushioning at the ball of the foot.

Additionally, the TurnZone design and radiating flex grooves integrated into the outsole allow the foot to turn freely in 360 degrees and enhances mobility across the studio floor. The low cut design further facilitates mobility and ease of movement.

Reebok India owns 400 exclusive franchise stores and a 1000 member strong instructor alliance in the country. The brand offers products in the running, training and studio categories. (PB)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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