Meet our three personalized fits.
The Fit One
The Standard Fit - Our narrowest fit
Fit One is specifically designed for those with lower volume feet, as it runs narrower all around. If you find some traditional brands to be too roomy or wide, or find they leave you sliding around, the Fit One should be the right shoe for you. It has a dialed-in, women’s specific heel hold which eliminates heel slippage that causes discomfort and friction (a common culprit of heel blisters). The midfoot offers a secure and supportive experience for average or narrower feet without feeling too constricted. This fit is perfect for those with longer second/third toes, and feet on the narrower side.
The Fit Two
The Wide Toe Box - Our most popular fit
If you crave a roomier toe box, the Fit Two was made for you. Fit Two has the same women’s-specific heel and midfoot fit as Fit One, but offers extra wiggle room for your toes. The wide toe box of Fit Two is what is sometimes called a “natural” shape. Fit Two is our most popular fit, with the most people finding it to be their best-feeling running shoe. Length wise, it runs just a tiny bit shorter than our Fits One and Three. If you are typically between sizes in running shoes, we recommend you go with the higher half size of Fit Two. The Fit Two is ideal for those with average width feet generally, but a more rectangular shape front of foot, with a longest big toe, or with all toes around the same length.
The Fit Three
The Overall Wide - Our roomiest fit
If you find many other running shoes to be all over too narrow or snug, look to the Fit Three. We crafted this shoe to accommodate those with wider or higher volume feet. With extra space in the heel and midfoot compared to our other fits, and a roomier toe box than our Fit One, this option is ideal for individuals seeking a more spacious fit. Fit Three measures as a D width from heel to toe, which has traditionally been used for women’s wide fits and men’s standard fits. It works best for those with wider feet. The longest point of Fit Three is in the middle of the toe box, which is optimally suited for people whose longest toes are their second or third.