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Feeling like a high-tech bean bag for your foot, the Nike® Women’s Joyride Run Flyknit running shoes are like nothing else your feet have experienced. Tiny foam beads underfoot provide cushioning that conforms to each step you take.
- Fits true to size for a snug fit. If you prefer a slightly bigger fit, Nike® recommends ordering a half size up
- Tiny foam beads are strategically placed in four pockets underneath your foot to compress and adapt to your every step for impact absorption and stability
- Sizes 6 and smaller feature three pockets of beads instead of four, addressing cushioning in the heel, comfort in the midfoot and energy return in the forefoot
- Flyknit is a super lightweight, breathable material that hugs your foot and gives a secure feel
- The tiny foam beads compress and adapt to your every step for a dynamic, stable feel
- One-piece foam collar gives smooth, secure cushioning
- Low-cut design feels comfortable around your ankle and makes for an easy entry
TRACTION & DURABILITY:
- Durable rubber placed on the outside in high-wear zones with raised knobs for added traction
- Brand : Nike
- Country of Origin : Imported
- DICK'S Pro Tips
- Web ID: 19NIKWJYRDRNFKWHTRNN
Nike Women's Joyride Run Flyknit Running Shoes is rated out of 5 by 31.
Rated 2 out of 5 by AnaK from Fancy idea but not as functional I bought this few weeks ago and have been wearing them in the regular during my workouts to break them in. They still not as comfy as Nike Pegasus 35 series( which I am a huge fan of and have couple of pairs for running) . The joyride feels odd under my feet, they says the gel conforms to your feet but I still have some odd pain points under my heel when I jump with these on. The back of the shoe rubs my skin too. The ventilation is poor which keeps my feet warm during winter outdoor running ( not a bad idea) but I wonder how stuffy it will be during summer.
Date published: 2020-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by TylerF237398011 from Life changing I'm obsessed with these shoes. I have never enjoyed running - I have always experienced knee pain and have never felt like I could get into it, until I bought these. I've had them for a few weeks and have been running almost every day without any knee pain, and have run longer distances at a faster pace than I ever have before. They're SUPER comfy - tons of support and they feel bouncy and lightweight. I honestly can't say enough good things - if you're on the fence buy them - worth every penny. My only disappointment is that they JUST released them in pink - I would have bought pink instead of black if they had been available!
Date published: 2019-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by Riccij0418255 from Literally the most uncomfortable shoe I’ve ever owned. Heels included. I wanted to love these. Unfortunately, the lack of any form of comfort while running is unbearable. They are okay for the first 5 minutes or so. After that, my feet literally go numb. It also feels like I’m running on rocky sand. I’ve never come across a shoe where the level of comfort is as inconsistent as these. The comfort level will be okay one second and terrible the next. For the record, I tried a size 6 and 6.5 and ran roughly 30+ miles in both pairs. The larger size did not make a difference. Used them on the treadmill, paved and dirt trails and roadways. Nike - do yourselves a favor and bring back the Lunarglide
Date published: 2019-09-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by Pebbles1404 from Meh. The sock-like feel of the shoe is really nice. However, the shoe runs short and the toebox is narrow. I am hoping they will stretch out a bit. The cushioning is ok but you can feel the gaps in the cushioning pockets. Interesting concept but overpriced compared to other Nike shoes with better cushioning.
Date published: 2019-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kayla2478 from Bad mistake I had read the reviews before deciding on “hmm ima try them and see myself” well that was a mistake. I had ordered a half size larger than what my regular shoe size is and still seems I could have went an entire whole size up. I’m 26 years old and ran 2 miles wanted to do 5 but they were so narrow and just a complete bad make of the entire shoe that I could not finish. As I lay in bed my knees, my legs, and my feet are throbbing. No support in the top of the shoe. Just all around sucked and I will never try Nike once again for running shoes SPECIALLY $180?!?! Who you think you are?!
Date published: 2019-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by suntanpam10 from Love these shoes I ordered these and also a pair of the Epic Reacts thinking I would keep the most comfortable pair and return the others. Not happening. I love both of them. These are very comfortable and I love thy way they fit my foot snug and they conform to your foot. I also love the look of them. So cute. I can't really make a comment on how durable they are because they are new so we shall see. It seems that I wear out the bottom of my shoes quickly no matter what style I buy. I am not a runner but a power walker. I walk about 5 mornings a week for 3 - 4 miles.
Date published: 2019-08-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by SonaN724191735 from Size up for sure Strangely enough I do agree with all the reviews so far. Yes, the heel does hurt and toes do stick out a little bit, but I think it is all because the sizing is not right. I usually wear 7,5 or 8 and I bought a 7,5. It definitely was a mistake. I so badly wanted those shoes that I still kept them but i am having hard time even walking after having them on for a couple of hours. The first hour is ok, and running is great. No stress on knees, very light. Easy to run and jog, but after a while the heel starts hurting as well as my toes since it is a little snug. I would definitely recommend going at least half a size up. I would love to get another pair , bigger size, but right now I will wait for a sale. It definitely did not worth that money.
Date published: 2019-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by RubyA458881049 from Great shoe, but sizing is off I got these over the weekend, very comfy, and supportive! Unlike any running shoe I’ve ever owned- but I can’t figure out why these shoes barely fit me. I always get an 8.5 in Nike, I’m a true 8, but size up for running shoes. I feel like I need a 9, as the 8.5 feels like an 8. I tried running in these, but was getting pain in my toe area. I don’t have wide feet, so not sure why these shoes are so tight and hard to wear. Maybe size up a full size when getting these.
Date published: 2019-08-07
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