I have a lot of reeboks and the 9.5 is a pretty dependable fit, maybe a little "wide" in the toebox, but comfortable. when I first put these on they seemed tighter than normal and fit more like a 10 lengthwise than a 9.5. the heel is also lower, so they take a little getting used to. I use these shoes between classes and change to studio shoes to teach. they're actually very soft and the material on the upper loosens and conforms to the foot. I've found them more comfortable to wear without socks. the bottom is waffled and actually very comfortable, even through a marathon Christmas shopping day. I slip these on in the house instead of slippers - they have that feel.
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Stylish and supremely functional, the Fitnisrush studio shoe features SubLite cushioning technology for superb, lightweight comfort, and forefoot flex grooves for increased flexibility.
Had high hopes but you never know till you teach a class how a shoe will perform. The shoe has decent cushion and pivot but got much looser during class, the upper wasn't flexible and I actually got a heel blister even though I wore socks. Ho hum for this one