Best Women's Training Shoes For Wide Feet in 2021
NOBULL Women's Training Shoes and Styles (7, Black White)
- Run, climb, slide, grind, lift....these kicks have you covered. Lightweight, breathable and flexible protection that moves the way you do. Like a ninja.
- The upper of the Trainer features a seamless one-piece construction of SuperFabric, an extremely durable, breathable and abrasion resistant material.
- The SuperFabric guard plates are applied on a highly flexible mesh base layer, creating a 360 degree shield from zombies, rope climbs, and excuses.
- The outsole lug pattern was designed for multi-environment usage, allowing for an easy transition between inside and outside with the right blend of flexibility, traction and support.
- High carbon lateral and medial guards for added protection on sidewalls.
Nike Women's Training Running Shoe, Platinum Violet Black Plum Chalk Sail, 5.5 UK
Ryka Women's Devotion Plus 2 Walking Shoe, Navy/Teal, 6.5 W US
- 8.3 oz
- Breathable mesh upper with supportive synthetic overlays.
- Anatomical Precise-Return footbed.
- Lightweight molded EVA features a full length REZORB platform; External pod network between midsole and outsole, and full length internal insert.
- Eight-piece radiused skeletal rubber outsole works simultaneously with the RE-ZORB midsole and cobblestone engineering.
Reebok Women's HIIT Training Shoe Cross Trainer, Black/White/Radiant Red, 9 M US
- Mesh upper
- Designed for: HIIT workouts
- Comfortable, supportive feel
- Lightweight EVA foam cushioning
- Tongue pull for easy pull-on
Nike Women's Metcon 4 XD Training Shoe Atmosphere Grey/True Berry/Plum Dust Size 7.5 M US
- 3D-printed upper delivers optimal durability.
- Flywire cables integrate with the laces for a dynamic fit.
- Drop-in midsole offers a stable heel with a flexible forefoot.
- Low-profile heel clip rolls up on the sides to help minimize drag during wall exercises and handstand pushups.
- Thin web of rubber stretches from the outsole to wrap the midfoot for optimal durability.
RYKA Women's Devotion XT Mid Training Shoe, Black Multi, 9
Nike Womens Free Metcon 2 Training Shoe (7, Laser Fuchsia/Black-White)
- Style#: CD8526-601
- Lightweight construction is flexible and breathable.
- Foam sole with deep grooves flexes and expands for cushioning and natural movement.
- Durable strap integrates with the laces to wrap your heel and midfoot for support.
- Rubber wraps up the sides of the midfoot for extra grip during rope climbs.
Nike WMNS Metcon 4 XD Metallic AV2252-400 Half Blue/Sail Women's Training Shoes (9.5 B US)
- Model Number: AV2252400
- Gender: womens
- Color: HALF BLUE/METALLIC SILVER-SAIL
- Made In: Vietnam
- Brand New With Original Box
Merrell Women's Vapor Glove 3 Sneaker, Black/Silver, 8.5 M US
- Vibram TC5+
- TrailProtect pad offers underfoot protection
adidas Performance Women's Cloudfoam Pure Running Shoe, White/White/Black, 8 M US
- Women's specific fit
- Cloudfoam memory sockliner and textile lining
- Easy, everyday runners
- Hugs the foot. Lace closure
Cal Coast Bicycles in University Heights, San Diego, California
A great neighborhood bike shop: convenient location, enough cycling merchandise, bustling repair shop, friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Of course, I did what any stringent buyer would do, I visited a bunch of bike shops within 5 miles radius to check them all out before picking the one that fit my needs and convenience best. The winner for me was Cal Coast Bicycles on Adams Avenue (at 30th St) in University Heights neighborhood. It is a well stocked bike shop with the brands I like, carrying all sorts of bicycles including road bikes from the more affordable sub-$1000 alloy ones to the $3000+ high end carbon composite bikes, a nice if not exhaustive collection of accessories, and a roomy repair shop that could handle 4 bikes at once.
The bikes carried in store here are: Giant, Ibis, Electra, Masi. The shop can special order any bicycle you want to buy, however.
The best thing about Cal Coast is its staff. Everyone is very friendly and knowledgeable without being pushy. I was allowed to browse around without getting hit with sale pitches, and all my questions were answered honestly (if they weren't sure about something, they went and checked it out rather than tried to fudge it on the spot). I found the perfect bike for me there, one of the Giant Defy series with Aluxx (aluminum alloy) frame for less than $700 (it did get a little over $700 after tax, but was still well below the price I was prepared to shell out).
The bike was professionally fitted to me on the spot (saddle height and placement adjusted). Because I was buying a new bicycle, I was also given a lifetime of free service on the bike along with two free flat repair (inner tube included) along with 10% discount on all merchandise, all of which I have sinc e made very good use of (thanks to all the potholes and puncture-causing debris littering the streets of San Diego). I am currently riding 180-200 miles per week on hilly terrain, so I bring my bike in for a 'check up' every few weeks (I definitely needed a check up after riding the Giro di San Diego gran fondo two weekends ago, for one), and the lifetime free service perk really comes in handy. I never have to pay for anything aside from replacement parts.
Being at such a prime location in the middle of bike-friendly neighborhoods means that Cal Coast's repair shop is almost always busy. The staff are great at triaging, though, and even when they are swamped, they generally always manage to find time to have look at your bike to see what the problem is within a few minutes after your arrival (whether they can start working on it right away or not is another story). The mechanics are always very friendly and don't mind explaining things to you about what needs to be repaired and how to avoid the same sort of problems in the future. Whenever a part needs to be replaced, they always give you choices rather than going ahead and putting the most expensive replacement choice in. It adds a lot to peace of mind when you take you bike in for a repair and know that you won't get ripped off or hustled into spending more than you should.
The shop's location is superb, of course, being right in the heart of University Heights - one of San Diego City's bike-friendly neighborhood. It is also close to multiple bus lines (mts bus 2, 11) and surrounded by restaurants and cafes. If I must nitpick a bit I'd wish for a bike rack up front (to park my bike when I drop in to shop for parts), but then again, making us bring our bikes inside is probably safer since bicycle theft seems on the rise around town.
Accessories retailed here are more expensive than you'd find at Performance Bicycles, but with the 10% discount from having bought a new bike here, the prices are very competitive. The shop also sponsors a cycling team and is active in the local racing scene both at the San Diego Velodrome and on the roads. Overall, Cal Coast Bicycles is a great independently owned neighborhood bike shop for serious and casual cyclists alike.
Cal Coast Bicycles: 3020 Adams Ave (just east of 30th), San Diego, CA 92116
Tel. (619) 281-7433, Website:
Hours: M-F (10am-7pm), Sat (10am-6pm), Sun (11am-5pm)