Reebok has designed a special ZAP version of their new One Series 3.0 shoes. The shoes have the ZAP logo on the tongue and the insole. Additionally, they come with a topographical map of the Blue Ridge Mountains on the insole and the longitude and latitude for Blowing Rock emblazoned on the midsole. Reebok head shoe designer, Ted Fitzpatrick visited ZAP this summer and with his wife and was inspired by his visit (in addition to being the most well qualified speaker to give the shoe talk). He wrote a blog about his visit and how it inspired his work in shoe design which you can read here.
We have a limited number of these specially made ZAP shoes available in both the Cushion 3.0 and Guide 3.0 models. The cushion is just what is sounds like, a neutral trainer with complete cushioning. The Guide is a light weight, flexible stability shoe designed to correct moderate pronation. The SmoothFuse is a seamless upper that provides a comfortable fit, and the tri-foam midsole made with FoamFusion technology absorbs the impact well and provides a smooth transition from contact to toe-off. Our athletes have been wearing them for a few weeks and love them.
If you are interested in purchasing a pair of either the Guide or Cushion the cost is $105 including shipping (the retail cost is $120 – $125) and we have all the shoes / colors shown in the picture available. The men’s shoes are on the top of the image with the Cushion on the left and the Guide on the right. The women’s shoes are on the bottom of the image with the Cushion on the left and the Guide on the right. If you would like a pair please send me an email at email@example.com with the following information and I will send you an invoice via Square to your inbox and get them in the mail!
Style (Cushion or Guide)