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Travelers Love the Comfy Nat Geo x Reebok Sneakers

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I have long considered myself an urbanite, but when I went on my first safari in 2013, something changed. Seeing the animals up close, I immediately felt a connection with the natural world. It’s a feeling I’ve been chasing ever since. , even my clothing choices.


No wonder she embraces a bold leopard-on-leopard look from time to time. Luckily, I found a pair of comfy animal his print shoes that can complete any look from head to toe. Reebok’s National Geographic Nano X2 Glow Training Shoe. It has become my wardrobe secret weapon as a comfortable everyday shoe perfect for commuting and traveling. Currently retailing for $105.


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To buy: reebok.com, $105 (originally $160)


Slip on these shoes and you’ll be instantly transported back to the Molokuru family villas. Madikwe Game South Africa Great place we stayed when we were on safari in her reserve. In my opinion, what makes these shoes special and ideal for bush trips is the delightful mix of cheetah, jaguar and tiger prints. We have them in combination, but we also have another stylish black animal print (“Core Black/Stone/Khaki”).


If you’re looking for the ideal, themed shoes for your next safari trip, who doesn’t appreciate themed attire? — This stylish pair blends you into the safari environment. We found it especially popped when styled with an all-black look, a black t-shirt and white pants, or vice versa.


I’m on the road a lot, so I love that these Reebok shoes are both an outfit and a gym. The National Geographic Nano X2 Grow shoes double as training shoes, allowing him to pack one less pair into his always-crowded suitcase.






Dan Coday



To buy: reebok.com, $105 (originally $160)


Collaboration with Reebok national geographic But it’s not all about fun animal prints. The brand has given the pair its seal of approval, which is made with at least 50% plant-based materials that have a lower environmental impact than other materials.In fact, according to Reebok’s website, the upper part of the shoe is made of cotton and eucalyptus, which definitely contributes to the softness and flexibility you’ll notice when you slip your foot in. Additionally, the midsole cushioning is made from sugar cane. and Reebok notes that the outsole is made of natural rubber.The tongue of the shoe has a tiger print. national geographic‘s iconic yellow square so you can show off your wild side.


Dan Coday



To buy: reebok.com, $105 (originally $160)

Thanks to Reebok’s proprietary Floatride Energy foam, this shoe has super-smooth grip and cushioning. Pro tip when ordering: I’ve found that Reebok shoes fit a little smaller than other brands, so if you’re in between sizes like me, I recommend sizing up. I’ve noticed these shoes perform well when compared to other cross trainers when performing quick leg movements, such as quickly climbing subway stairs or squatting sideways.

But what I appreciate most about these shoes is their versatility. It’s very comfortable and you can wear it for hours. This is ideal when sitting in a jeep on a safari or on a ‘safari walk’ around the bush like we did in South Africa. It’s also perfect for a quick workout at the hotel gym.


Reebok



To buy: reebok.com, $105 (originally $160)


A Reebok.com reviewer agreed, “The materials are sturdy and the shoes are great for lifting and other training movements.” Extra bonus? I can attest to receiving many compliments on the shoes as well.


Reebok’s National Geographic Nano X2 Glow Training Shoes make a great gift for sneaker enthusiasts and those who need a comfortable, versatile shoe. And since they’re currently on sale at Reebok for just $105, it’s a great time to shop for these versatile and stylish animal-print shoes.


Pricing at launch started at $105.



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