Discover The Best Shoes For Zumba

With all of the different sneakers that are being sold for exercise class, not all of them can be the best and get the highest reviews. The table below contains the top 10, highest rated shoes for Zumba fitness class.

Top Rated Zumba Shoes

Ryka Influence – Probably the most popular studio trainer. They offer lots of cushioning with stability at the same time. Highly recommended if you want something that doesn’t make you feel awkward in the grocery store.

Nike Flex – Fitness dancers have fallen in love with these for being so comfortable and for offering so much freedom of movement. They may not have been designed for dancing, but they are an excellent option.

Capezio Rockit – Capezio was making dance footwear before Beto Perez invented Zumba. They know how to make a killer sneaker and have been doing so for decades. They have been making footwear since before Beto broke his first sweat.

Bloch Lightening – Just like Capezio, Bloch is synonymous with dance. Great for transitions thanks to being fully supportive while being lightweight. Has a spin spot to help protect your joints.

Bloch DRT – Lots of room in the toe box and tons of comfort for girls that are worried about high impact. They might look a little chunky but if you try them on you’ll instantly notice that they don’t feel that way.

Zumba Impact Max Sneakers Zumba Impact – This official pair is a very lightweight option that is still very supportive. The extra large spin spot is a very nice touch. They tend to run a little large so get half a size smaller if they are available.

New Balance Cross Trainers – A great purchase if you’re not sure you want to commit to regular classes. Can easily be worn outside of the studio to the grocery store or for another workout on the treadmill.

Zumba Energy Fuze Sneakers Zumba Energy Fuze – This is a great shoes with lots of support. I would like to rank it higher on the list but its’ too new, but I’d like to get more feedback. I really like the roomy toe box and that they provide the perfect amount of traction.

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When it comes to Zumba dance sneakers there’s really no #1 best-for-everyone. Every dancer will have their own needs and the right sneaker for somebody else might not be the best choice for you. Your decision for Zumba shoes should be based on the features that are most needed in this type of footwear that include:
Here are some shoes that you can wear to Zumba class.

  • Breathable – Some of the best choices of footwear use a vent system while others are made with a mesh design to provide the breathability you need.
  • Light weight – The best Zumba shoes are made of a synthetic material with leather appearing in the support areas.
  • Ample room for your toes – A lot of these fitness dance moves will have you up on your toes so you’ll need enough room to accommodate your toes stretching out.
  • Good stability – Look for wide soles to avoid having your feet roll over during slides, turns and jumps.

The Best Brands

As you can see from the chart a lot of the top rated ones come from the same company. It seems that some brand get it while some others aren’t making footwears for us as well as they could.

While what you choose will come down to your own personal choice, here are a few of the top recommended based on reviews from dance students as well as their coaches:


This brand tops the chart for any type of studio dance activities including Zumba. They come with an air upper mesh complete with overlays of synthetic material, an Ortholite removable insert and textile lining. Ryka’s provide superior cushioning for the arches making it one of the most preferred by dancers and coaches alike.


Many of their shoes have been specifically designed for Zumba and dance fitness. They offer an upper breathable mesh, a full sole and a midsole that absorbs shocks well with a special spin-spot. These sneakers have quickly become a favorite amongst enthusiasts across the country.


These are one of the best-selling Zumba shoes as we head into summer. They are lightweight, breathable and can include the essential pivot point that most dancers are looking for. As an added bonus, many feature soles that don’t leave marks on the floor or carpeting while still providing great traction. Many consumers buy these for the comfort level they provide.

What Footwear To Choose For Class

While most people start out by using whatever sneaker they currently have in their closet for dance classes, they also quickly find out that they’ll need to get Zumba shoes if they’re going to carry on with the class. It’s easy to tumble over with regular cross trainers and the chances of injury are much greater. It won’t take long before you end up with a sprained or twisted ankle when you attempt to move across the dance floor in your cross trainers.

A fitness class can be extremely intense and is the perfect way to tone up and slim down at the same time. Because these exercise routines involve a lot of jumping and sliding, however, you’ll need the right arch and ankle support in order to give 100% to the exercise class. Only the right footwear can provide all of this and more.

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  • Jacqui April 11, 2018, 9:39 pm

    Thank you all for the recommendations on stores, I don’t like buying shoes online since I like to see how they feel first. I grew up dancing, have been taking Zumba for about 11 years now, and just started teaching it. I’ve mostly used regular athletic shoes for Zumba and they’ve worked great. Last two pairs were Nikes and Reebok’s. My biggest problem is finding ones that fit since I wear a 5, and I usually end up buying kids. I’ve seen Rykas at Burlington for those of you looking, but not in my size of course! Any recs for stores with a lot of small sizes? The Nikes on here don’t even come in 5! Btw, has anyone else noticed how slippery the soles are on most new styles of tennis shoes? So annoying!

  • zarina abdul hamid December 23, 2017, 11:50 pm

    Hi there,

    I’ve heel spur but i enjoyed zumba. What would be the best zumba/dance shoes for me?

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  • Jul April 1, 2017, 7:23 pm

    This is my first time that I have bought zumba shoes. It’s the z-kickz. I have never bought dance shoes and want to know if they are supposed to feel just like regular sneaker shoes. I thought that they would feel more smooth on the floor but they dont. Not sure how if they are suppose to feel a little rough or smooth. The z-kickz have two pivot circles (one to top and one on heal area.)

    • Sherri Gomez June 15, 2017, 4:27 am

      I bought Zumba shoes too and found them to be uncomfortable and still didn’t let me move on the floor as easily as I expected. I discovered dance socks and now I use my regular tennis shoes (asics) and it is so much better for me. As I mentioned to Dean below, there a two versions, a full cover for carpeted floors and sleeve for the front of the shoe for regular gym floors. They are only $10 for two pairs and last a long time. The website is Hope this helps Jul!

  • Emma Levesque March 7, 2017, 1:20 pm

    Are converse good shoes for a little dancing?
    I am in a musical and have to do some light dancing.

  • Deane February 8, 2017, 4:07 am

    What would you recomend for a guy doing Zumba on carpet? I also do Latin, Salsa etc., perhaps something that would suit that too??

    • Sherri Gomez June 15, 2017, 4:21 am

      There are shoe covers called dance socks that are made so you can dance in sneakers on carpeted floors. They also make a version that just goes over the front of the shoe for regular gym floors. I swear by mine and wouldn’t do Zumba without them. The website is

  • linda oshea February 2, 2017, 6:06 pm

    Read all the comments. A shoe for zumba must have a sole that allows you to glide and turn easily. A dance sneaker allows you the ability to do these both. Regular sneakers are designed to grip, and are responsible for many knee injuries. When a regular sneaker grips and the knee turns in zumba you are risking severe injury. If you want to keep the orthopedic doctors waiting room full, keep wearing regular sneakers to zumba. Capezio & Bloch make the best dance sneakers.

  • Rhea October 21, 2016, 1:38 am


    I have developed shin splints. I am wearing a pair of Brooks (with the tension band). What show do you recommend? They are so painful.


    • Deane February 8, 2017, 4:02 am

      Hi, I used Brooks Defyance on carpet Zumba. The forefoot soles wore down to smooth rubber and they became progresively better. I’m now faced with buying something new and don’t want to damage my knees with the chunky soles of new runners. Perhaps if I use some duct tape over the core of the front sole area…

  • Rhea October 21, 2016, 1:38 am


    I have developed shin splints. I am wearing a pair of Brooks (with the tension band). What show do you recommend? They are so painful.



  • Ruth Desmidt August 12, 2016, 6:08 pm

    I have flat feet plus plantar fasciitis and bad knee on my right leg and foot. Which shoes would you recommend that will help absorb the bouncing and jumping that my feet are taking?

  • Mara July 1, 2016, 7:07 pm

    I’m 60 and I started Zumba a few months ago. I love it. I am wearing a pair of Nike Windshear sneakers to dance in. They are light weight. However, I am developing a painful corn on the outside of my big toe..Ow! I don’t think they are designed for lateral movement.
    Help! Need some suggestions!
    Thanks sooooo much!

  • Cathy June 5, 2016, 2:35 am

    I have plantar fasciitis and a bad knee. Which shoes would you recommend that will help absorb the bouncing and jumping that my feet are taking?

  • Alison Bright April 15, 2016, 8:41 pm

    Thanks for the list! I think Nike and Ryka are the best brands for Zumba. And Ryka specializes on athletic shoes and apparel specially designed for women, so the shoes are really with a woman in mind :)

  • Maggie April 5, 2016, 8:51 am

    Personally I live Capezio Rockit. The shoes are well cushioned for zumba moves. I can stand all day without feeling pain. Highly recommended!

  • Marcela March 8, 2016, 3:19 pm

    Hi, which one is better for Zumba the ryka dynamic or the influence?

  • Dee February 29, 2016, 2:03 am

    Hi there is there any black hi top zumba shoes out there ? Thanx

    • Stacy April 20, 2016, 3:26 am

      Yes, Bloch does.

  • Elaine Gallup January 12, 2016, 4:34 pm

    I have been dancing all my life and have been wearing the Reebok URLEAD and URTEMPO which are high tops for the past several years, but I cannot find them anywhere online now. Any ideas. The high top gives my worn out feet the support I need.

  • Dan December 29, 2015, 1:05 pm

    Ryka dynamic are well cushioned for dance and even to stand all day. That’s a nice color, i love pink too.

  • maggie wright November 19, 2015, 10:50 am

    You are so right about your recommendations, but you don’t mention that they are very small to size – thankyou anyway, as your comments are so valid and valuable

  • Adriana September 3, 2015, 9:09 am

    Capezio and Bloch are one of the best tennis shoes for Zumba definitely….try them you won’t regret

    • Jax October 5, 2017, 4:17 pm

      Tennis shoes for Zumba, that’s confusing, either they’re for tennis or for dance, zumba, running, cross training etc. You get my point…?

  • Cheryl August 25, 2015, 1:16 pm

    I wear a full orthotic. Any suggestions on what zumba shoe would be the best to try using my orthotic?

  • Anita Cummings August 20, 2015, 11:06 pm

    I wear a size 13 narrow. What zumba shoe comes in my size?

  • Julie August 16, 2015, 8:10 pm

    Thank you for your comments on the Ryan being average to narrow! I have a wide foot and had been leaning towards that brand. ( new to Zumba- love it- just discovered my well gripping, running shoes were inhibiting my movements) if you have a brand that works well for a wide foot, I’d love to hear about it.

    • Julie August 16, 2015, 8:11 pm

      * ryko. correct

  • Lisa August 12, 2015, 6:28 am

    Are the Nike Flex that you recommend the running shoe or the cross trainer? Thinking of trying them. I’ve been Zumba ing for years…first in Nike Musique (great for pivoting but no cushion) and more recently in Nike Free 4.0 (good for pivoting, decent cushioning, but no lateral support at all). I can see my feet rolling from side to side inside the shoe, and lately my feet are almost cramping up. My knees always hury, too. Really need to find a good shoe.

  • joy August 10, 2015, 10:35 am

    I am 67 and have been doing zumba for about 6 months. I just bought a pair of
    Nike free 5.0. Would you recommend them for zumba? (I am 5’1 and 108 pounds). My ShOE size in nike is 7. In some styles 7s are too tight but 7 1/2 too big.

  • sarah August 5, 2015, 5:54 pm

    Im 64 and just started Zumba and love it. I have a bad knee and have used my present shoes (hooka) for class. I can’t do all the moves with these shoes, no sliding, etc. but still get great workout. Is there a shoe that for me that will help with support my knees and so that I don’t get shin splints? I also wear Viconic Orthoheel flip flops to help. They cured my plantar…

  • Dawn June 14, 2015, 7:52 pm

    Hi. Any shoe advice for plantar fasciitis that started after doing zumba for a year now 3-4 mines a week? I hate the fact that I have to cut back on my classes. The shoe gel pads don’t work either.Thank you.

    • Gigi July 26, 2015, 3:15 pm

      6 or 7 yrs ago I zumba/ed so much I developed plantar fasciitis and had to stop–because I didn’t have the right shoe! Ended up stopping altogether, cortisone shot, custom made orthotics and good walking shoes. Just started zumba again after knee replacement surg and are looking carefully at shoes this time, as my other ankle is weak and could strain/sprain easily. Love zumba, it’s getting me back to life.

    • Sarah August 5, 2015, 5:46 pm

      You may want to try the Orthoheel inserts. I only wear the Vionic Orthoheel filp flops and they cured my Plantar in a month. Mine was so bad I could hardly walk. FootSmart sells the inserts.

  • Beth June 2, 2015, 8:40 pm

    I have been doing zumba for about 3 years. I recently have pulled calf muscles — first in left leg then in right. Do you think better shoes would keep me from injuring myself again? My shoes are at least a year old but I do zumba 4-5 times each week.

  • Mona May 31, 2015, 9:42 pm

    Where do you find Zumba shoes for small feet (Size 4) ? I wear a Brooks Adrenaline 5AA and use thick socks.

  • jennifer May 5, 2015, 6:07 am

    I have several challenges.
    1. over 60lbs Overweight (but Zumba is helping with that – I love it)
    2. Pronation issues on my right foot
    3. Susceptible to plantar fasciitis – though I no longer suffer from that.

    But I need to find a good pair of shoes for Zumba because my ankles and feet do hurt after working out. Part of that is due to my weight and I am careful about keeping low impact until I lose more weight. But I need padding and good support for my pronation issue (I have average to low arches).

    What shoe would be best for me at this point. I know once I lose more weight and get stronger, another shoe may be better, but I need a shoe for where I am at now.

    • rehbaz August 25, 2015, 2:52 am

      try ariel 14 by brooks

  • Maya April 27, 2015, 9:40 pm

    I started doing zumba 3 months ago, but as I hadn’t done my homework properly I was dancing in my running Sauconys for the first 6 weeks and ended up with a really sore ankle.. I then got some Bloch Criss Cross and I love the way they slide but there isn’t much cushioning and the ankle’s still bothering me. I had to go down from doing Zumba 3-4 times a week to 1-2 times, and even though I haven’t done any jumps for a month my ankle’s still hurting! I am 35 and fairly active (I used to swim and jog before I got addicted to Zumba). I’m 5’8”/UK size 12, but I’m rather heavy for my size and have a large frame, which probably isn’t helping my feet at all.. My feet are narrow and I have quite high arches.
    Shall I go for hi-tops to get more ankle support? Or look for more cushioning? I know Ryka Downbeat have some great reviews but they’re almost impossible to track down anymore..
    Please help as I’m having emotional meltdowns from lack of zumba!

    • amanda April 29, 2015, 6:11 pm

      I am an instructor and would tell u from experience go for a high top shoe with the pivot point it will change everything. And if that totally doesn’t fix it add and insert.

      • Maya May 7, 2015, 9:18 pm

        Thank you!
        I went for Bloch Apex high tops and added gel orthotics with arch support. The difference is massive! Still avoiding high impact jumps etc, but my ankle doesn’t flare up anymore, just a slight discomfort left. Feeling well supported around the ankle (if hot!), great pivot an good cushioning. The shoes felt a bit slippy to begin with and took some trial and error to learn how to ‘brake’, but cannot praise them enough now.
        And I’m back to 3 times a week!

  • Marcia April 12, 2015, 1:34 am

    For the Ryka I brought a pair of the Encore would these be ok for Zumba?

  • Sury April 11, 2015, 3:43 pm

    i just started doing Zumba and I love it. I don’t want to give it up because the front of my my feet hurt. I am a size 6 1/2 but sometimes I have to wear a 7 or 7 1/2 because I have wide width. I am also doing about 10,000 steps a day. Any suggestions you can give me? I will really appreciate it.

  • Chrissy Nevin April 4, 2015, 7:20 pm

    Are the Bloch zumba trainers true to size or should you go up a size. ?

    • PattyToo April 13, 2015, 5:41 am

      Definitely go up a size. Or two. Love these shoes, though.

  • cindy March 5, 2015, 11:43 am

    I have a pair of Ryka shoes for dance but hurts my arches during the zumba class. Any other shoe to recommend?

  • Kay March 3, 2015, 10:56 am

    I have very high arches. I also have suffered from plantar fasciitis. I also have one knee that I have to be careful of going out. I am taking Zumba. Do you have a recommendation for a shoe.

    • Jasmin Dunnell March 3, 2015, 7:31 pm

      Hi Kay,

      Is it safe to assume you’re an underpronator? This page is specifically written for runners but the chart just a few scrolls down the page will help you figure that out if you’re not sure.

      Most people with high arches do tend to underpronate. If that’s the case you’ll need a shoe with good lateral stability. Have you considered a custom orthotic to give your arch the proper amount of support?

      Try the Bloch Lightening on for size. It’s a solid supportive shoe with a moderate amount of arch support. But I think that combining a supportive shoe like this with an orthotic, your feet will feel even better.

  • Terrie February 10, 2015, 12:32 pm

    I just started Zumba at age 57 and loving it. However, the bottom of my feet hurt. I have a high arch and narrow foot. What shoe do you recommend?

    • Jasmin Dunnell February 12, 2015, 6:32 am

      The Nike tend to be cut narrower. The high arch is something that I would try to solve with an insert instead of with the shoe. It’s more likely your arch that’s causing the pain.

      If the Nike are still a bit wide try the lacing technique for narrow feet on this page:

  • Val December 28, 2014, 7:05 pm

    Can you give me the names of stores that carry Zumba shoes?

    • Jasmin Dunnell January 8, 2015, 2:22 pm

      Hi Val. In my area I can pick most of these up at places like Foot Locker and Bob’s. Some of the brands are not so main stream and can be found and places that specialize in ballet. Depending on where you live, your best bet may be to get them online.

  • Debby December 12, 2014, 7:05 am

    Jasmin, I just want to thank you for the awesome discount you emailed me yesterday. That 40% off coupon saved me boku bucks on the four pair I bought for me and my daughters. Have a great day!

    • Jasmin Dunnell December 12, 2014, 7:07 am

      Aaawwe Debby that is so sweet! You’re very welcome. I’m glad you got on the mailing list in time for that one. I’m sure it will come around again.

  • Ellen December 10, 2014, 9:52 pm

    You should really include OESH La Vida’s – they are the only shoes I can wear for Zumba. I have Morton’s neuroma and wide feet. see

  • sandra July 17, 2014, 12:37 am

    Hi Jasmin.I have a big problem with my right leg
    do to a car accident .I need a knee replacement and a ankle fusion .But I love to work out and love zumba.I’m using my Nikes Air max and my left knee is hurting . What do you think I should try?

    • Jasmin Dunnell July 18, 2014, 2:32 pm

      Hi Sandra. I’d get rid of those asap for something that will turn easily and has a lot of cushioning. The Synergy’s from Ryka fit the bill. Good luck to you. I hope that you find an option that works for you and that surgery goes well.

  • Tracy June 19, 2014, 5:06 pm

    Hi, I am suffering with painful knees but don’t want to give up my workout which incorporate high impact aerobics. What trainers would you recommend ?

    • Jasmin Dunnell June 20, 2014, 2:35 pm

      Anything from the list above that is cushioned should work nicely, Tracy.

  • Keli May 29, 2014, 4:32 am

    Hi Jasmin, I was doing Zumba last year about this time but had to quit because of the pain I was getting from my knees. I have since found out that because of the way I’m built, my knee cap doesn’t slide properly. The Dr hasn’t given me any restrictions and I would love to get back into it. My biggest concern is that the pain I had was getting worse because of my shoe sticking so much in the pivots. Which shoe would you recommend to give me grip when I need it but little to no friction in my pivots?

    • Jasmin Dunnell June 1, 2014, 2:43 pm

      Any shoes that were designed with the dancer in mind that have a pivot point will likely work well for you. Have you tried the Bloch Lightening?

  • Laura Cegelski May 18, 2014, 8:11 pm

    My toes hurt during class..Which shoe is the best for toe support?

    • Jasmin Dunnell May 19, 2014, 2:44 pm

      I’d be willing to bet that you don’t need toe support, Laura. The toe box of what you’re currently wearing is probably too narrow and is squishing them together.

  • Mari May 6, 2014, 1:42 pm

    Hi Jasmine, it’s not on your list, but what do you think of the Reebox Dance Urlead shoes? My awesome instructor uses and recommends them. Thank you!

    • Jasmin Dunnell May 6, 2014, 11:47 pm

      I think they’re a fine options, Mari. If you decide to get them please let us know how they worked for you.

  • Tamara May 1, 2014, 10:05 pm

    I have a dropped arch and need very good but flexible arch support or I get a lot of pain in my ankles. Any recommendations that won’t break the bank.

    • Jasmin Dunnell May 2, 2014, 2:52 pm

      Have you explored custom insoles? That’s very often the best solution for very high or dropped arches.

  • Erin April 18, 2014, 2:57 pm

    Thanks for the info! I started doing Zumba a couple of weeks ago, and my arches and knees have been hurting. I’ve been wearing a pair of Nikes Musiques (which seem to be a popular choice, now that I’ve googled it). I have to stop half-way through class to tie them tighter, because I feel my foot start to twist after standing with my legs out wide for a while. The instructor said I need more lateral support. So I went to MC Sports last night, and the sales guy recommended Nike Lunarglide. I have not put them to the test yet, but they do seem more supportive. Do you have an opinion on them? I’m debating whether I should keep them or do more shopping around. Thank you!

    • Jasmin Dunnell April 20, 2014, 2:55 pm

      I would definitely give those a try. If they don’t work well try Bloch. But you really never know how a particular pair will work for you until you try try. We’re all so different that there is no one size fits all solution.

  • Sadie March 26, 2014, 8:53 pm

    I am looking for soemthing to wear on my carpet at home. Which ones would you recommend? I don’t like going bare foot when working out. Thank you

  • Abby March 7, 2014, 3:30 pm

    This was SUPER helpful. I’ve just recently begun taking Werq and Zumba, and I knew right away I needed something better. The traction on my current ones wasn’t allowing me to be able to pivot my feet the way I needed to—this list will help me choose something better for my classes. Thank you!

  • Beautrice February 5, 2014, 12:39 am

    Do you think it would be ok to wear the Nike’s I just picked up at the outlet?

    • Jasmin Dunnell February 10, 2014, 4:57 pm

      Hey Beautrice, Thanks for your question. When I first started dancing I always just wore whatever cross trainers I had in the gym bag that day. I also love finding a great deal at the outlets, and fortunately I came across a pair that were made for dancing at a more than fair price. I snatched them right up and wore them to my very next class. I couldn’t believe how much I had been holding myself back by not wearing sneakers that were designed for a specific purpose. From that day on I have never gone to class without them and I’ll never recommend regular ones again.

  • Courtney January 11, 2014, 1:43 am

    I got myself a pair of Synergy for Christmas. Merry Christmas to me! I’m loving them.

  • Suzanne October 23, 2013, 12:08 am

    Jasmin, what do you think of Merrell Road Gloves? I’ve been trying to go minimalist with my shoes and love my Road Gloves for working out, running, hiking, ect. However, in the two Zumba classes I’ve taken so far, I’ve noticed that the tread seems to grip the wood dance floor when I try twisting or spinning. Do you know of another minimalist shoe that might work better?

    • Jasmin Dunnell October 31, 2013, 5:12 am

      Hi Suzanne,

      Sorry but I do not know of any minimalists that would be good for class. If I come across any I will let you know but they just aren’t designed for that. They are two very different styles. I believe that by not getting yourself a pair of sneakers than you risk hurting yourself. If you find a pair that works better than your Merrell’s, please let us know.

  • aDancer October 17, 2013, 1:54 pm

    Jasmin, Do you know of anyplace that regularly stocks large sizes. I have wide feet and have trouble finding footwear that I actually like in my size. Thanks in advance.

    • Jasmin Dunnell October 17, 2013, 1:57 pm

      I like for big sizes. My son has size 14 feet and that’s where we get just about all of his sneakers from.

  • Abigail October 10, 2013, 2:57 pm

    I’ve got the Flex and the Synergy. I like the Nike much better than the Ryka and would probably rank those much higher on the list. Love ’em!

  • Katherine October 3, 2013, 5:01 am

    I’ve gotten some great buys on clearance at Dick’s Sporting Goods. I prefer to shop locally than buying online.

  • Jessica Durso September 9, 2013, 4:48 pm

    Thanks for the list, Jasmin. But the Nike Flex isn’t a Zumba footwear.

    • Jasmin Dunnell September 9, 2013, 4:59 pm

      Hi Jessica,

      You’re right and wrong all at the same time. The Flex isn’t marketed towards dancers, but it’s a supportive and cushioned sneaker that’s great for jumping and dancing. It’s one of the most popular dance sneakers even though it’s not advertised as one.

  • Alice September 6, 2013, 12:51 pm

    I’ve got those Ryka’s that you have in the number one slot. Love, love, love those. Glad that they made them in pink since it’s my favorite color. I might not have tried them otherwise.

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