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The Nike Joyride Dual Run blazes its own route. Tiny foam beads underfoot combined with traditional cushioning in the forefoot give an incredibly smooth feel that contours to your foot.
marcov13 - 18 Mar 2021
Terribly uncomfortable. Very disappointed.
Very Uncomfortable and Disappointing
WesS521505480 - 05 Mar 2021
I was surprised how many problems I had with these shoes. I gave them two stars on the basis that they appear well made, but they had many fit and function issues. One star for fit and function, I guess. First, let me say I have a very average size 9 medium foot. Almost every shoe I buy is a size 9 medium, and the are generally spot on in sizing. These Nike’s were much too tight as a size 9, so I exchanged him for size 9.5. When I slipped the 9.5’s on, they also felt somewhat snug, but I went ahead and tested them. During a three mile walk with the dog, they proved themselves to be utterly unusable. Here are the issues: First, the toebox is much too tight, feeling as if there was a rubber band around my toes. Secondly, there is a strip of fabric that crosses across the top of your foot at the base of the laces. That strip also into the foot top just behind the toebox. Third, the shoe bottom does not have sharp edges as most running or fitness shoes, but has rounded edges, As you walk, you feel fairly unstable with your feet rolling this way and that, depending on the contour of the surface you're walking on. This seems very dangerous to me. Fourth, there was a distinct lack of padding just underneath the ball of my foot behind the big toe. I would avoid these shoes unless you had the opportunity to try them on, use them, and still found them to work for you. They most certainly did not work for me at all, and felt fairly dangerous!
Look good, feel good, won't last
zach341541118 - 16 Feb 2021
I like the looks of these shoes. They are very light and soft and comfortable, great bounce. Fit was normal and fine. These would be suitable for fashion sneakers or light-duty trainers, but I can't recommend them for running. The outsole, particularly in the heel, wore down before I had 100 miles on the shoes.