Why Your Workday Needs SubLite Cushioning from Reebok

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You’ve probably owned a pair of Reeboks at some point given their strong reputation and wild success. This iconic brand has largely been known for its athletic footwear but has extended its handiwork to the world of work shoes. Reebok Work shoes are designed with “athletic performance technologies” to meet the unique needs of people in a slew of fields like construction, landscaping, manufacturing, warehousing, military, law enforcement, postal work, and hospitality.

Blake Athletic ShoesAt Working Person’s Store, we’re excited to add the Reebok Sublite Cushion Work line to our repertoire. Sublite Cushion brings both lightness and flexibility for those who are on their feet for a living. To achieve this feat, the deep flex grooves in the foam midsoles reduce weight and give you a greater range of motion. This design leads the industry in lightweight comfort weighing in at around only 350 grams per shoe.

If you’re someone who’s used to marathon days on your feet then you’ll appreciate the mesh uppers designed into the SubLite Cushion Work shoes. This feature brings ultimate breathability while it transfers moisture so you can stay cool on the clock. Giving you even more comfort, Reebok included MemoryTech Massage footbeds into the shoe that adapt to the unique contours of your foot bringing you “immediate cushioning.”

SubLite Cushion shoes are more than comfort and flexibility, they also deliver when it comes to keeping workers like you steady and safe. The Alloy toe reduces weight while maintaining impact protection and meets or exceeds ASTM F2413. Rubber pads at the heel strike and the “forefoot takeoff” give you plenty of needed traction while cutting down on weight.

Reebok is able to pack all of these features into a low-cut design to give you a sleek, athletic look. View our full selection of SubLite Cushion Work shoes to find the pair for you.

Which feature from the Sublite Cushion design would help you on your feet during the workday?