Women's Cross Training Shoes
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Versatility For Your Workout: Women's Cross Training Shoes
The right pair of women's cross training shoes helps elevate your workout.
Find the right fit, feel and features for your versatile training regimen. Cross training shoes are designed for a variety of fitness activities, with a shoe construction that supports both the repetitive forward motion of running and the lateral movements of an aerobic or weight-training regimen.
Select from a variety of cross-trainers for the style that's right for you including:
- Nike Metcon 3
- Nike Flex Trainer 6
- Reebok CrossFit Grace Training Shoes
- reebok CrossFit Nano 7.0
The latest women's cross-trainers are infused with a variety of functional features to help you make the most of your workout. And they're big on style-stand out in bold hues and prints, perfect for the gym or a lunch date with friends.
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Shop women's cross-training shoes from a variety of brands, including Nike®, Reebok® and New Balance®. Looking for more? Check out the entire collection of women's athletic shoes at DICK'S Sporting Goods.
Cross training shoes are multi-faceted athletic footwear designed for a variety of activities. They provide basic comfort, cushion, stability and durability. They’re not recommended for regular or long-distance runners, but they’re great for gym-goers who participate in multiple workout routines.
The cushioning offered in cross training shoes is considered moderate, making them ideal for a variety of training options. Dense cushioning in primarily in the forefoot enhances stability without adding extra bulk.
Select between EVA midsoles and polyurethane midsole cushioning. EVA tends to be softer and compressed for added cushion but minimal durability. Polyurethane is denser and adds both stability and weight to your shoe.
Always ensure your cross training shoes are outfitted with an interior sock liner. Inner liners improve that fit and feel of your shoe. Your liner should be designed to wick perspiration away from feet.
Finally, inspect the outsoles of your new cross-training shoes to ensure they are designed with flexible grooves, which promote a natural-feeling stride.