KURU – World’s Most Anatomical Active Footwear- Womens Rapid Shoes – Review!

Up until recently I hadn’t hear of the Kuru Footwear. I read how they were extremely comfortable walking shoes. I thought I’d have to give them a try myself. I visited their website and liked their selection of Men’s and Women’s Walking Shoes. My favorite pair was their Chocolate Chicane’s! They seem like they’s be great for travel or hiking!
From the selection I was given I chose their Womens Rapids. They have available in MadderBrown color as well. I have to be truthful and tell you that by looking at the shoe with the picture above I was questionable how much I would like them. When they came in and I tried them on with my jeans I loved how they looked so I really wanted to show you some pictures of how they look with boot cut/flare style jeans. I have had these casual shoes for about 3 weeks now and I’m glad that I waited to review them. The first few times they hurt my feet. I thought at first maybe I should recommend ordering a size up because my toes were being squeezed and getting tingly. Within a few short wearings it went away and they felt great.
I actually ended up wearing these on my 10 hour Black Friday shopping trip and I’m really glad I wore these over my other shoes. They kept my feet supported and comfortable the entire day!
They hold up well and take anything I’ve thrown at them. My toddler loves stepping on my feet but they simply brush off clean. I really like how their logo nicely pops out on the side when you wear them giving them a touch of color as well.
The Womens Rapid Shoes in Black shown here are available for $79.97 from
You can see all that Kuru Footwear offers on their site!
They have Men’s Walking Shoes too so make sure to take a peek!

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J. Leigh Designz Review Policy: I was provided with the featured item(s) at no cost by the manufacturer and/or its PR agency in order to test the products abilities and give my own personal opinions on it. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but it was not influenced in any manner by monetary means.

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