The 8 Best CrossFit Shoes for Women of 2021

24 Jun 2020 | Home > Blog

Reebok Women’s Nano 9 Cross Trainer:

These are ideal for wide feet and have enough space for your toes. The weave fabric supports all forms of workout including rope climb.

Nike Women’s Metcon 5 X Training Shoes:

These are ideal for stability & durability. Wide stable heel for lifting, flywire for locking your foot are the best features of this product.

Nobull Women’s Training Shoes:

Ideal for multi-directional movements during the session. The grippy rubber outsole grips the floor very well. They are flexible in all the right places but add stability in the heel and have a flat stable base which makes them a favorite for Olympic lifts.

Adidas Women’s Crazypower TR Cross-Trainer:

These are best for lifting because they have low to the ground feel and are wide, giving you the stability desired. The sole is flexible and has superior traction which is great for running.

Nike Women’s Metcon 2 Training Shoe:

These are super light & aesthetically pleasing. The rubber sole provides the flexibility to run, jump, do agility movements with ease. This also has a backstrap that integrates well with the laces for a locked-in fit.

Reebok Women’s CrossFit Nano 8.0 Flexweave:

The New Nano 8s are nice and flexible in the toe, great for jumping and adequate for running if the WOD calls for it. The Dual-density midsole allows for the more flexible front while maintaining a stiff stable supportive heel for lifting.

Puma Women’s Trazon 6 Cross-Training Shoe:

The Puma Tazon has a wide stiff sole making them great for lifting, they have enough room to allow your toes to spread out, and they have a stable base. The shoes are rigid and provide support, but not flexibility.

Reebok Women’s CrossFit Nano 6.0:

The Reebok Nano 6.0 shoes are low to the ground, with little support and great flexibility that allows you to move. They are very grippy, and virtually bulletproof, thanks to the Kevlar outer, so they are long-wearing.