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Style / March 2021
Lisa Buco, Reebok Editorial

Gym-Bound Style Takes to the Streets

Coco Cuenco creates fresh off-duty looks styled with the new Nano X1, making the case that sport style is here to stay.

Spring is around the corner and there are some surefire ways your kicks can make a statement as a new season approaches. Flirty and tough, versatile and style-driven, the Nano X1 is your go-to for a twist on a flared pant or a maxi (and a welcome breather from toe-pinching stilettos). While sporty looks may seem casual, various lace-ups in clean classic white or with bright color hits are comfy, yet polished.  If you’re in need of some fresh style vibes, these are the sneakers that can round out a whole lewk.  Plus, they’re soft and flexible, so you can kiss teetering on those heels goodbye.  
When you’ve rounded up some key pieces (say, a cozy crop or a pencil skirt), what you need is a little inspiration to tie a look together. Iconic pairings are key when it comes to equal parts sport and style, and @cococuenco makes comfy cool look easy. Here, she shares some looks that prove the new Nano X1 goes with everything, whether you’re headed to a HIIT class or lunch with the girls.

Warm Up

“Whether I’m on the way to a workout or just getting back from one, I always like to bring a good layering piece to add some dimension to my entire look.”

Get Sporty 

“I love nothing more than being comfortable. These oversized track pants paired with clean, white Nano X1s are totally my everyday look.”

Set Yourself Up for Spring

“It's warming up but it's still chilly. This is a great transitional outfit. I love layering the top as well as the crisp white long socks and Nano X1s that tie it all together.” 

Fit to Compete

“These gritty shoes and track jacket make me feel like a pro athlete. I can't help but want to sprint up any hill I see.”
Taking your cue from the it-girls, sport your own iconic outfits and rock those kicks with confidence IRL. It really is as easy as it looks. 
Style / March 2021
Lisa Buco, Reebok Editorial