Our Top 10 Zumba Shoes Reviews
The Exertion model has a great look that will appeal to many. Made by Ryka, you can be sure these will hold up to all expectations. Ryka make shoes specifically for women. They have done extensive research into the anatomy of women and understand how we move.
The Exertion by Ryka are great for high impact Zumba routines as they provide great stability and arch support as well as cushioning around the shoe. They are also relatively easy to break in which is always good.
Review our RYKA Women’s Exertion review here.
The list wouldn’t be complete without an entry from Asics, the Rhythmic 2 model is a very modern and sleek shoe. It comes in two color variants, the all black and the pink with black stripes. If you don’t require any insole support or arch support and want to jump and spin around with ease in your next Zumba class then these are for you.
These are very lightweight and give fantastic flexibility. Due to this they lack the cushioning one would expect from a regular pair of sneakers. If you require cushioning and padding around your feet then something else would be better.
Read our ASICS Women’s Rhythmic 2 review here.
If you’re looking for a stylish and comfortable pair of sneakers for Zumba then these are for you. The Ryka Dash are both breathable and durable, did we mention they’re really comfortable? These shoes have been made with synthetic materials to keep them light yet provide stability.
These are ideal for women that have narrow feet and want a lot of padding. Due to the amount of padding and cushioning these are not ideal if you have wide feet.
Read our RYKA Women’s Dash review here.
Capezio are a globally known dance shoe manufacturer that have been in the business for many years. These DS24 Rockit dance shoes provide an immense amount of flexibility thanks to their flex-point system as well as being incredibly lightweight.
These are for advanced dancers as they have a split sole. Buying a footwear like this before you are ready could cause you to hold back during your workouts.
Read our Capezio DS24 Rockit review here.
These Ryka shoes are very fashionable and come in a variety of different colors, these will definitely turn heads whilst working out. This sneaker will give you an edge above the rest whilst working out. They are cushioned all the way round and designed to embrace the impact during sports.
These are suitable for most people but those with wide feet may not find these to fit very well and therefore could be uncomfortable for them.
Read our RYKA Women’s Influence Cross-Training review here.
Bloch is another manufacturer that is well known for creating dance footwear. These are for the advanced dancers that want more flexibility when they workout. They also make it very easy to slide, twist and turn whilst also giving enough grip to maintain stability.
These are a fantastic price for the advanced dancer that wants to get the most out of their workout in comfort and support.
Read our Bloch Boost Dance review here.
You can be sure that you’ll get a great dance shoe from the people who created the Zumba workouts themselves. The Zumba Z1 dance shoe has two pivot points making it easy to twist and turn whilst maintaining stability meaning much less pressure on the knees.
If you have wide feet then these are the perfect shoes for you, they just fit really, really well. They look great and they also provide exceptional arch support.
Read our Zumba Fitness Z1 Dance review here.
Ryka has managed to dominate our list of top Zumba shoes, here is our favorite the Ryka Downbeat Fitness. The high top design provides great support for the ankles as well as cushioning all around the shoe. Although they take a while to break in, these give quite a bit of flexibility and offer pivot points for twisting and turning too.
The Ryka Downbeats offer a tremendous amount of features packed into one shoe and for a phenomenal price compared to other competing zumba sneakers. We recommend these for the Zumba enthusiasts who want to workout with maximum comfort, stability and support whilst still being flexible enough to perfect dance moves.
Read our RYKA Downbeat Fitness review here.