Comparison - Reebok Ex-O-Fit, Freestyle, Exertion


The shoes being examined:

This comparison covers three popular Reebok models:

The comparison covers side, front, and heel views.

Reebok also made the Freedom female aerobics shoe, which is similar to the Exertion... but no pictures.


Available Color Comparison:

In 2000, Reebok has dropped back to basic black and white for both models. Later on, they intermittently added additional colors. However, there have been a rainbow of colors that I've either seen or people have mentioned. Both shoes have been available in:

Some of the additional Freestyle colors include:


Side View Comparison:

Reebok Ex-O-Fit white high-top fitness shoe for guys, side viewThe Ex-O-Fit has reinforced sides and a single ankle strap. The ankle collar slants down steadily from the toe side to the heel side. There is visible stitching along the toe and the heel.


Reebok Freestyle white high-top aerobic shoe for gals, side viewHowever, the Freestyle has no side reinforcements and two ankle straps. The ankle collar rises slightly towards the heel side. There is no visible stitching along the toe and the heel.


Reebok Classic Exertion Ripple Mid fitness shoe for guys in white, side viewThe Classic Exertion has no side reinforcements and a single ankle strap. The ankle collar slants down from the toe side to the heel side. There is visible stitching along the toe, but there is no visible stitching along the heel.



Front View Comparison:

Reebok Ex-O-Fit white high-top, front viewReebok Freestyle white high-top, front viewReebok Classic Exertion Mid in white, front view



Heel View Comparison:

Reebok Ex-O-Fit white high-top, back viewReebok Freestyle white high-top, back viewReebok Classic Exertion Ripple Mid in white, heel view



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