Product Summary

Specially engineered for a woman's foot. These cross-trainers provide impact resistance with lateral support. Suitable for both track and court.


  • Extra lateral support
  • Quick fasten velcro
  • Elasticized upper for maximum comfort
Emily Andrews
by Emily Andrews

They spared no expense when making this runner. The genuine leather upper is soft as can be…it almost feels like high-end suede. The cushioning around the heel is plush and so comfortable I have been tempted to go without socks on more than a few occasions. Functionally, the Velcro strap at the top of the shoe is a huge benefit because it provides much needed ankle support for distance running. I do have one complaint: the sole. While it looks great, it does very little to grip wet surfaces. For those of us who run outside, we will inevitable come across wet pavement, and the soles just don’t offer any kind of grip in those situations. I hope they fix this issue with the next generation.

Alison Parker
by Alison Parker from San Jose ,CA

I would definitely recommend this daypack to anyone who needs a high quality, versatile hydration pack. In addition to being able to hold up to a 3L bladder, there is plenty of room to spare in the main compartment so you can pack extra layers, and it also has a convenient cell phone pouch, too.

Felicia Carter
by Felicia Carter

I’m not a big runner, but I still do enjoy a great pair of running shoes because they are usually the most comfortable thing I can find with an arch, which I need because I unfortunately have a fallen arch. That said, these are great around-town shoes that provide the support I need, and they’re super cute! Hiking Bag

Ashley Thompson
by Ashley Thompson

I bought these shoes about two months before my half marathon so that I could get a few hundred miles in on them before the race, and I’m happy that I gave myself enough time to realize that these shoes just don’t cut it if you’re setting out to run more than about eight miles. Don’t get me wrong, they really are nice shoes. But there is a difference between running shoes and trainers—these are trainers. They are about as light as I would expect from running shoes, but the sole is too firm and a touch too wide for a comfortable long distance run. I am very happy to have training shoes, but I ended up buying something else for the race.

Average of 4 ratings: 4.25 stars
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