OUR FIRST-EVER PERFORMANCE RUNNING SNEAKER

Unleash your power in the Euphoria, expertly designed with neutral cushioning and Made for Women technology you'll only find from Rykä.

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We're Made for Women. And women run the world. Go the distance in the Euphoria women's running shoe from Rykä, our first-ever performance running shoe designed with neutral cushioning and Made for Women technology you'll only find from Rykä. With innovative performance from heel-to-toe these women's running shoes are unlike any running shoe you've felt before. Built with ASF™ (Absorb/Support/Flex) midsole technology that supports each phase of a runner’s stance, ACTIVfoam™ EVA cushioning that's calibrated to a woman’s unique body mass and gait, and CradleFit™ technology that increases foot contact within the shoe and promotes natural foot position, you'll make the most out of every run with these neutral cushioning running shoes. Plus, feel the power of Made for Women technology found in every pair of Rykäs, with a narrower heel for a more secure fit for every run, a wider forefoot for extra stability, contoured flexible cushioning fine-tuned for a woman's body weight, and shock absorption meticulously tested for more bounce, flexibility, and energy return. Hit your stride and go the distance in the Euphoria running shoe from Rykä.

 

Do running shoes need to be a size bigger?

It is generally recommended to purchase running shoes in your true shoe size or slightly larger. Running shoes should fit snugly but comfortably, without being too tight or too loose. If you are in between sizes or have wide feet, you may want to consider going up a half size or choosing a wider width for a more comfortable fit.

 

Is it better for running shoes to be tighter or looser?

Running shoes should fit snugly but comfortably, without being too tight or too loose. Shoes that are too tight can cause blisters, discomfort, and loss of circulation, while shoes that are too loose can cause slippage and instability.

 

What should my running shoe size be?

Your running shoe size should be based on your true foot size, as measured using a Brannock device or by tracing your foot on a piece of paper. It's a good idea to measure your feet every few years, as they can change size due to factors such as age, weight gain, and pregnancy. Once you have your foot size, you can consult the size chart on our site to determine the best fit.

 

Are there any special considerations for running shoes for women with wider feet?

If you have wider feet, it's important to choose a running shoe that accommodates your foot shape. Ryka offers the Euphoria running shoe in a wide width option so we would recommend checking the size chart to determine the best size and fit for your foot.