Looking For A Great Running Shoe Under $80? Check Out The Reebok SmoothFlex Cushrun

I had the opportunity to test out some Reebok sneakers a month ago during a fitness dance class. Several writers got together and danced their little uncoordinated hearts out. It was a lot of fun and a great way for me to check out the brand.

The grey with blue Reeboks are the RealFlex Fusion TR and they are lightweight running shoes. The retail for $99 and come in sizes 5-11.


  • Multi-direction flex nodes/Natural motion.
  • 3D Ultralite/lightweight, natural footstrike.
  • Two-layered synthetic and mesh upper/Comfort, fit and breathability.
  • Removable molded PU sockliner/Cushioning and comfort.
  • Forefoot flex grooves/flexibility.
  • High abrasian rubber outsole/Durability.
  • Low-cut design/Added mobility
Want more information on the Reebok RealFlex? Click here.

The purple / grey sneakers are the ones I tested out and those are named Reebok SmoothFlex Cushrun. I really REALLY liked them and for $79.99 – you can’t beat it. These sneakers go up to size 12 for women and provide just the right amount of support you need to head out for a jog. They were really comfortable and offered a lot of cushioning. No matter which way I turned, I felt like my foot was protected. Sometimes when a sneaker is too rigid, you can feel uncomfortable making quick moves in opposite directions. These sneakers gave where I needed them to and I ended up wearing them for the few days I was in Nantucket.


  • Multi-direction flex nodes/Natural motion.
  • Synthetic/mesh upper/Comfort, fit and durability.
  • Removable PU sockliner/Extraordinary cushioning, accomodates orthotics.
  • Forefoot flex grooves/Flexibility.
  • High abrasion rubber outsole/Durability.
  • Low-cut design/Added mobility

Want more information on the Reebok Smooth Flex? Click here.


  1. Judy

    Hi! I just bought two pairs of the Reebok Flex Fusion in two sizes. Did you find that they ran big or small? I’m trying to decide which pair to go with. I think the smaller ones would be better but I want to get other opinions first :)

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