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A stylish shoe that fits snuggly around the foot. I loved the feel of the shoe with the extra stiffness. It allows the wearer to really feel the floor and push away when lifting weights. Sizing was spot on. Not recommended for long running or sprint sessions. I did however like them on the bikes or rowing machines as the foot was nicely support and allowed excellent transferral of force.
Good all rounder.
Not really a runner but has enough support to do a couple of ks.
The flat sole is great for not catching jump-ropes.
I have had a few issues with certain UA shoes being too narrow. I was concerned with this due to the heavily built insole for rope work. The shoe is incredibly well built but too narrow. If you have wider feet, use caution.
The TriBase Reign have been a fantastic addition to my footwear collection. They are very well made and finished extremely well high production value and quality. Having tested them in several WODs with varied movements they have performed exceptionally well in all areas. I would highly recommend these for anyone looking for a new functional training shoe. Thanks UA for a great shoe
The comfort level is pretty good and the length is adequate. It does run a little narrow, though. Good for lifting and a small distance running. Really small distance.
I've always been an UA fan, but they did not have a decent training shoe which is why I've been using the Metcon 3 for over a year. Finally, in December they came out with a serious training shoe to compete with the Metcon and I ordered it immediately. Although, I am bias towards UA I will do my best to be as honest as possible.
First off, the sizing is about right... it does feel a little loose at times but going down half a size might be too tight. I am happy I went true to size with this model.
I've been using the shoe for all my workouts since receiving the item, and they have been phenomenal. The stability on these are amazing, which lead me not to wear my AdiPower shoes during squats/bench. The TriBase technology does come in handy for turf sprints, sled runs, or walking lunges. The laces are difficult to pull from the lace hole, but I suppose that's a good thing to keep the shoe sturdy on your feet.
In comparison, to the Metcon 3 I have been using I would say the ankle portion of the shoe was a bit more comfortable on the Metcon, but it was deteriorating a lot faster. The Reigns seem to be a lot more durable.
Overall, I would purchase this shoe in another color way and the 2nd version of it when it releases.
Very comfortable. Run a little big but not terrible. Would be nice if they were a little wider. Used for a moderate workout, great stability and comfort across all exercises. Would definitely recommend.
A shoe built with purpose, these are super stable and solid for lifting. You can do a few sprints in them, but if you are doing more than that go with a different shoe to run in
This is the best low profile training shoe out. It has an amazing first step in comfort and gives you that feel of being so connected to the floor.
These shoes are great for circuit workouts. I was pleasantly surprised by how comfortable they are. They are quite stiff around the body of my foot, which is what I wanted. There's also ample amount of space in the toe box; closer to a dedicated running shoe. I haven't had any major issues going through my two a day workouts. They were wearing on my ankles a bit but that was easily remedied with cuffed socks. All in all...I would definitely recommend them.