Ryka Flextra Cross Training Shoe - Womens
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Item # 306931
UPC # 093625900640
UPC # 093625900640
Increase your work out potential with the Flextra training shoe for women from Ryka! With a comfortable RE-ZORB® cushioned insole your feet will be happy from start to finish!
- Mesh upper with synthetic overlays
- Lace-up closure
- Heel pull tab for easy on and off
- Padded collar and tongue for comfort
- Fabric lining
- RE-ZORB® removable cushioned insole provides impact protection and shock absorption as well as exceptional cushioning and comfort
- Molded EVA midsole provides lightweight cushioning and support
- Textured rubber sole provides traction
- Flex grooves improve flexibility
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August 23, 2015
Cute and Comfortable
"Love the colors and so comfortable."
Location: Medina, OH
June 17, 2015
"I am a Jazzercise instructor and have found these shoes to be very uncomfortable for hi-impact aerobics. Very little cushion or support. Heel feels like it is slipping out no matter how I tighten or adjust laces. Feet are sore after class. Haven't had much luck with Rykas... 1 star because the color scheme is attractive."
May 06, 2015
Still a little tentative
"Got these to replace my old Ryka workout shoes. I love that the brand is specifically made for women. Seems like this pair ran a bit long; my old ones were size 9 but I went with an 8.5 this time. I'm still breaking them in; there might be an annoying seam that is up by my pinkie toes on the side; we'll see if that works itself out with wear. The jury's still out on whether I will love them as much as my old ones - seems like the tongue is really "puffy" too; another aspect that I'm hoping will resolve with wear."
Location: Warrenton VA
April 22, 2015
"I bought another pair of Ryka shoes at DSW that I absolutely loved. They were a heavy walking shoe but I wore them for cardio strength classes, zumba and cardio machines. They lasted a long time and were the first exercise shoe that didn't hurt my feet. So I decided to get another pair of Rykas. They are still pretty good but not nearly as cushion-y and the balls of my feet do hurt after a while. Not bad but not the greatest."
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