The fitness-focused brand’s CrossFit Nano 7 and CrossFit Grace styles have been dressed in pink for October. Proceeds from the sales of the sneakers will go to Barbells for Boobs, a nonprofit dedicated to the early detection of breast cancer in men and women under 40. Reebok stated it will donate 5 percent of its Barbells for Boobs-branded product to the organization.
The Barbells for Boobs iterations of the CrossFit Nano 7 (available for men and women), and the women’s-only CrossFit Grace are available now via reebok.com. The CrossFit Nano 7 retails for $130 and the CrossFit Grace comes with a $100 price tag.
The CrossFit Nano 7 features the brand’s breathable NanoWeave upper, Ortholite cushioned insoles, 360-degree TPU heel wrap to keep the foot locked in and a crystallized rubber outsole for natural flex. The CrossFit Grace boasts a mesh and synthetic upper, a high-abrasion rubber outsole and a heel tab to make putting the shoe on easier.
Both shoes come with Barbells for Boobs-branded insoles.
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