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- Rubber sole
- Reflective details
- Pivot-point outsole
- Removable precise-return footbed
- N-gage EVA foam
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Whether training indoors or out, this flexible Ryka shoe allows you to turn and cut on a dime.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00E4N07HK
- Item model number: Moxie-W
- Date first listed on Amazon: December 18, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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This review is about Ryka's in that price point.
As told that these shoes do run a small, I got a size 7.5 even though I usually wear a 7. They fit perfectly. I have a pretty 'regular' foot, I guess.
The Moxie does have the 'spin spot.' If you touch it, it kind of feels like foam.
I did a 60 minute dance workout, 30 minutes with each shoe.
The Moxie was fine. Really light, but no real arch support.
Then I tried the Flextra. Their laces are attached to side supports that allow you to tighten the sides for more support for the whole foot. The 'spin spot' is not like foam, but the same material as the rest of the sole. Also really light. The Flextra was fine too.
I then took out the liners on each of them to compare padding, arch support, etc., and guess what? THEY WERE EXACTLY THE SAME! Not as in they looked alike, but they had the exact same identification numbers on them! The only difference were their colors. There's some support in the front and the heel, and they're antibacterial (they really try to sell you on this).
So basically, the only difference between these shoes is you can tighten the Flextra to your feet more, but not that you would really need to.
I hate to say it, but in the end, I chose the Flextra because the only color option for the Moxie was this grey/blue combo, and I liked the black better. Yes, in the end, esthetics won out over logic.
I can't speak to the higher end Ryka shoes, maybe they have some bells and whistles that do make a real difference in the shoe, but at least in the 'under $60' price point, the Moxie and Flextra are the pretty much the same, save that lace up ability on the Flextras on the sides. You can save a few bucks on the Moxie, and who knows? Maybe they'll have one of the cool color versions in your size. You're getting pretty much the same shoe either way. BUT, it is a good shoe, it appears well made, and I look forward to working out in these, but I'll probably put in my own insoles.
As you can see from the attached photo, the tongues are not sewn into place -- which means that your foot slides in them. I do workouts that include things kickboxing moves, skaters, and burpees, and these do not provide enough support for me at all. My feet are insecure in these, and so I've relegated them to days when I'm doing lighter, non-cardio workouts.
For anyone who hasn't purchased a pair of Ryka shoes before, just be aware that they do run small. I normally wear a size 5 shoe, but I need a size 6 in a Ryka for them to fit and feel the way I like.
A little tight on top of foot
Tongue does not stay put
Not great arch support