Reebok Premier Road Supreme II Running Shoe Review

Zachary Rodasti

Zach's been testing gear with Active Gear Review since day one of the site, and just generally loves being outside doing any outdoor activity. He and his wife race year round, prefer long distance endurance events, and have raced marathons in multiple states nationwide. Recently, Zach added triathlons to his list of endeavors, and has competed in all distances up to a half iron. He has two young boys who are full of energy and get into all sorts of trouble on a regular basis - just like him.

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3 Responses

  1. Training Plan for Running says:

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  2. Shekhar says:

    Hi Zach
    I am relative new to running and have completed 4 half marathons in the last 3 years that I’ve commenced running. Save my last, which was completed in 02:02:02, my earlier 3 runs were poorly timed. I have been using Nike Lunar Eclipse for most of my runs, mainly since it provides stability, which i need due to pronation. Of late, when tired, I tend to shift more to fore foot striking and i find Nike lunar Eclipse to be extremely poor on fore foot cushion. Since most of my runs are on the road, a friend suggested i try the Reebok Premier road supreme. Presently i am training hard to improve my PR and really need a shoe that can provide cushioning and stability while allowing me to speed. Do you recommend i try the Reebok?. Are there any other shoes that could be better?. Actually i am quite disillusioned by Nike. These shoes just per-maturely fall apart.

  3. Zachary Rodasti says:


    I actually wouldn’t recommend these, as this review is from a couple/few years back. Are you sure you need pronation correction? And also, why do you only shift to forefoot striking when tired? I run solely with a fore foot strike, as 1.) studies have shown it lessens injury and 2.) it suits my biomechanical motion.

    Have you had your gait analyzed by a local running store?

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