PUMA Women’s Cell Heather Cross-Trainer Shoe

Enthusiasts of the PUMA Women’s Riaze Cross-Trainer Shoe gush about the sneaker’s comfort. At least person compares wearing this model to “walking on pillows.” This shoe features the manufacturer’s Cell Technology, which provides much cushioning and shock absorbency for aerobic and cardio activities. Some users find the shoe great for dance exercise class because the […]

Last updateJuly 11, 2018
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PUMA Women’s Cell Heather Cross-Trainer Shoe

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Enthusiasts of the PUMA Women’s Riaze Cross-Trainer Shoe gush about the sneaker’s comfort. At least person compares wearing this model to “walking on pillows.” This shoe features the manufacturer’s Cell Technology, which provides much cushioning and shock absorbency for aerobic and cardio activities. Some users find the shoe great for dance exercise class because the collar and tongue padding keep the tops of feet from hurting after class. Heel cushioning prevents post-workout sore heels.

However,

One person who purchased the PUMA Women’s Riaze Cross-Trainer Shoe specifically for a very high-intensity Zumba class reports her feet hurt and her shoes felt “mushed down” after one session. She concedes that while the shoes are comfortable for walking, perhaps they just don’t work for her and Zumba.

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Nonetheless, reviewers praise other features of the shoe important for successful dance classes: great support and stability, low grip (“don’t stick to the floor”), easy pivoting, and flexibility. The PUMA Women’s Riaze Cross-Trainer Shoe also is lightweight and highly breathable, which leaves wearers free to kick and spin without worrying about excessive weight, heat, and sweat.

Also,

Zumba aside, people like the PUMA Women’s Riaze Cross-Trainer Shoe for its stylish appearance and short break-in period. In fact, while some buyers feel the shoe runs small (and recommend ordering up to one size up), others say the shoe may feel tight for the first day or so … but fine afterward.

Again, nearly everyone likes the shoe’s support, although a few said it could provide more support for those with high arches.

To learn more about the PUMA Women’s Riaze Cross-Trainer Shoe, watch this QVC video review.

Features

  • Puma Cell Technology
  • Padded collar and tongue
  • Mesh upper
  • EcoOrthoLite sock liner
  • EVA and Bubble Technology midsole
  • Rubber outsole

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