Custom Reebok Shoes Giveaway

Do you guys remember a couple weeks ago when I shared Jay’s recent experience with customizing his own pair of Reebok Nano 2.0’s?

Well earlier this week he finally received them in the mail (it usually takes 6-8 weeks for the customized shoes to arrive) and we both agreed that they are lookin’ sharp!

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So why am I sharing my husband’s new sneakers with you? Well THAT would be because it gives me the perfect opportunity to let you all know that I have a pretty sweet giveaway to share with you guys…

One lucky STSL reader can win a Custom Card to create his/her own custom Reeboks at YourReebok.com!

(Open to US residents only)

To Enter: Leave a comment on this post telling me one detail you know you’d include in your own pair of custom Reebok sneakers.

I’ll choose a random winner on Friday (tomorrow!) 11/15. Good Luck and happy Thursday! Smile

Custom Reeboks (& Happy Halloween from Lucas!)

Alright…so who doesn’t love new sneakers, right? There’s something about working out in a fresh, new pair of kicks that just makes me want to push just a liiiiittle bit harder.

Granted, I haven’t worked out in over a week, but that’s neither here nor there. I’m too exhausted right now to even think about a workout.

But anywho…

As part of my partnership with Reebok, this month they gave me the option to design my own sneakers and share a little bit about the process with all of ya.

Well, since Reebok has been more than generous with providing me with some stellar workout gear and shoes this year, I decided to check and see if they’d be okay with me letting Jay design a pair for himself. Of course, the folks at Reebok were totally awesome about it, so I handed over my gift card to Jay and let him do his thang!

He decided to go with the Reebok Crossfit Nano 2.0, which he plans on using for his indoor circuit workouts (such as T25).

So how does the customization process work? Well, for one, it’s super easy and it’s also more thorough than you’d probably even imagine.To begin, you start with your base…

Start with Base

…and then from there, you can go wild on everything else from the base…

Base

to the toe…

Toe

to the logo…

Side Logo

to the sole…

Outsole

to the mini stripe on the heel…

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to the lining (seriously, they leave no option unavailable!)…

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all the way up to the laces.

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And eventually (perhaps hours later, if you’re anything like me) you wind up with your final product!

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Jay is super pumped about his new kicks, which should be arriving sometime next week (the shipping time is a bit longer since they’re fully customized and take extra time to make).

You can even customize kids shoes, which I’m suuuuuper tempted to do for Lucas. Then on the other hand, I feel like buying shoes for kids (especially as small as Lucas) is just like throwing money down the drain…I don’t know, what do you guys think?

Sooo…once we get his new sneaks in the mail, I’ll be sure to share with you guys to see how they came out. And when I do, stay tuned. I may have more to share. ;)

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And on a slightly different note, Happy Halloween!!

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From, my little pirate. ;)