A201083

Ryka Nubuck Leather & Mesh Mary Jane Sneakers

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Description
Enjoy season after season of cute, comfy style with these playful crisscross-strap Mary Jane sneakers. Stylishly detailed with contrast stitching and designed with Ryka's signature comfort elements, the pair looks as good as it feels--so you can go all day!

Year-round, you've got things to do and places to go--even during your down time. This "athleisure" style is your low-key footwear solution to take you from A to B--then C to D--without missing a step. You'll find yourself reaching for them now and later, too. The lightweight combination of leather and mesh makes these kicks breathable and warm-weather friendly. Yet, the durable closed-toe design also makes this a nice between-seasons choice as the temperature starts to turn cooler.

Your foot's best friend. The removable Nitracel footbed gives you extra padding in the heel, arch, and ball of your foot for the ultimate in feel-good support. The padded mesh collar means all-around comfort, and the gored crisscross straps--with trendy ruching--provide a stylish look and a custom-like fit. Pick them up for a fantastic price--and you can only get them here!

From Ryka.

Ryka--A Women Only Sports Company.

  • Contrast stitching, goring details
  • Padded insole, textured outsole
  • Approximately 1-1/4"H sole
  • Fit: True to size
  • Medium whole and half sizes 5 thru 10, 11, 12
  • Wide whole and half sizes 6 thru 10, 11, 12
  • Leather/synthetic/fabric upper; man-made balance
  • Made in China

About Ryka
Rykä  

About Rykä

Inspired by women, for women. Rykä is the only performance footwear company in the world that’s dedicated exclusively to females. Since 1987, they’ve catered to women’s feet with narrower heels, wider forefoots, and plenty of cushioning. Rykä also sponsors programs and events that support the female fitness community.

Shoe Fit Guide
If the Shoe Fits...

Not sure which size you need? Get a better idea of how the shoe will actually fit with these "fit descriptors" provided by QVC's Quality Assurance team.

*Fit: True to Size
Sizing accurately reflects manufacturer's size.

*Fit: Runs Small, Recommend Sizing up a Half Size
For an average-size foot, we suggest buying a slightly larger shoe than the size you typically wear.

*Fit: Runs Big, Recommend Sizing Down a Half Size
For an average-size foot, we suggest buying a slightly smaller shoe than the size you typically wear.

*Fit: Close on the Vamp, Break-in Time Necessary
Close on the vamp means the shoe may fit a little snug at first but will adjust to your foot after a short period of time.

*Fit: Loose on the Vamp
Loose on the vamp means the shoe may fit a little loosely across the vamp.

*Fit: Runs Narrow
For an average-size foot, we suggest buying a slightly larger shoe than the size you typically wear.

*Fit: Runs Wide
For an average-size foot, we suggest buying a slightly smaller shoe than the size you typically wear.

Please note: Not all available shoes currently come with "fit descriptors."

Shoe Glossary

Glossary of Shoe Terms


A-E | F-J | K-O | P-S | T-Z

A-E


Arch: High, curved part of the sole of the foot, located between the ball of the foot and the heel

Athletic Bag: Cloth duffel bag used for carrying athletic gear with an adjustable strap

Back Seam: Vertical seam at the center of the back of a shoe or boot

Ball: Padded area of the foot between the big toe and the arch of the foot

Ballerina Flat: Ballet-style flat designed for everyday wear

Boot: Footwear style that extends to the height of the anklebone and above

Break: Natural crease created across the vamp of the shoe from normal wear

Burnish: The process of buffing a shoe surface to acheive an antiquing effect of the leather

Calfskin: Leather created from the skins of very young cows, typically very soft

Cap Toe: Additional piece of leather that covers the toe of a shoe

Circumference: Measurement around the shaft of a boot at the widest part near the top of the shaft

Clog: Footwear style with a closed toe, open back, and a platform sole

Collar: Strip of material stitched to the opening of a shoe

Contoured Footbed: Insole that molds to the shape of the foot

Counter: Stiff material placed at the heel of a shoe between the lining and upper that helps retain the shoe's shape

Curing: Application of chemicals to animal hides in preparation for the tanning process

Demi Boot: Boot style with a shaft typically no taller than the anklebone

D´Orsay: Pump style with one or both sides cut out

Duty Shoe: Footwear often worn by those in the service industry

E.V.A. (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate): Synthetic compound used for outsoles that cushions the foot

Embossed Leather: Design imprinted onto leather and simulated exotic skin

Espadrille: Footwear style with woven rope or similar material covering the wedge or sole

Eyelet: Hole through which a lace is threaded

F-J


Finish: Process by which the final appearance of a shoe is created

Footbed: The insole of a shoe

Forefoot: Area of foot between the ball and toes

Gait: The manner in which a person walks

Galoshes: Waterproof footwear (typically rubber) ideal for rainy weather

Ghillie: Footwear with laces passing through loops or rings attached to the front opening of the shoe

Girth: Shoe circumference measured around the ball of the foot

Goatskin: Leather made from the hide of a goat

Goodyear Welt: Shoe construction with the upper and sole stitched together

Gore: Elastic panel stitched into either side of a shoe's vamp

Grain: Inherent surface pattern of leather

Heel: Refers to both the rear padded area of the underside of the foot as well as the solid part of a shoe that supports the heel cup. Standard measure for heel heights: an 8/8 (low heel) is 1" high; a 16/8 (medium heel) is 2" high; and a 24/8 (high heel) is 3" high. Various types of heels include:

  • Baby Louis: Same shape as a Louis heel but a 12/8 or shorter
  • Built Heel: Created from layers of leather or fiber with contrasting tones
  • Continental: Higher heel with a slightly curved back and flat front
  • Cuban: Thick, stacked heel with little or no curvature and tapered at the bottom
  • Louis or French: Has a curved back and ranges in height from 16/8 to 24/8
  • Stacked: Similar to the built heel but can be created from synthetic & leather materials
  • Wedge: Heel of any height, wide as the shoe, follows the shoe contour from toe to heel

Heel Breast: Forward-facing side of the heel

Heel Height: Measured from the bottom surface of the sole to the floor, typically in increments of 1/8 inches

Heel Seat: Part of the shoe directly below where the heel of the foot rests and where the sole and heel are joined together

Hidden Gore: Elastic panel at the shoe front covered by the tongue, providing added comfort

Hide: Skin of a large animal that's treated, tanned, or finished

Hook & Loop: Method of keeping something closed, using two pieces of fabric

Huarache: Flat sandal or shoe with a woven leather upper

Imitation Leather: Synthetic material that looks like leather

Injection Molded Construction: Sole that's created by injecting melted PVC or similar material into the sole mold

Inseam: Hidden seam of a welted shoe that holds together the welt, upper, lining, and insole

Insole: Lining that runs the full length of the inside of the shoe

Instep: Upper center section of the foot between the toes and ankle

Jelly Shoes: Footwear style made of PVC

Jodhpur Boots: Low-cut boots used for equestrian activities

K-O


Kidskin: Soft porous leather created from the hide of young goats

Kiltie: Decorative fringed tongue over the vamp of a shoe

Kipskin: Middle-grade leather created from the skins of young cattle that are larger than calves but not fully grown

Laces: Material strung through the eyelets of a shoe that pull it closed and adjust the girth

Lambskin: Leather created from the skin of young sheep

Last: Metal, wood, or plastic form used to create the shape of a shoe

Leather: Skin of an animal, typically with the hair removed and tanned for use

Lift: One of the several layers of leather or leather-board used to make a heel

Lining: Inside material of a shoe

Lizard: Leather made from the skin of a lizard

Loafer: Slip-on footwear style

Lug Sole: Heavy tread rubber sole

Mary Jane: Low-heeled shoe with strap across the instep

Mid-sole: Layer of material between outsole and innersole used for reinforcement or cushioning

Moccasin: Footwear style with a single piece of leather for the bottom that's stitched around a last

Monk Strap: Closed shoe with a wide strap across the instep that buckles at the side

Mule: Backless closed-toe slippers or shoes

Napa: Supple version of sheepskin leather

Nubuck: Lightweight supple leather used on the upper of the shoe

Orthotic: Orthopedic insole designed to cushion and stabilize the foot

Outsole: Bottom outer sole of a shoe

Oxford: Traditional term that describes a low shoe laced or tied over the instep

P-S


Patent Leather: Glossy leather with a shiny appearance

Pebbled Grain: Embossed-leather grain finish resembling a pebbled surface

Penny Loafer: Slip-on shoe style with a slit over the instep

Pigskin Leather: Leather made from the skin of pigs

Pinking: Saw-tooth shaped edging applied to the trim of shoes

Piping: Decorative narrow strip of leather that follows the seam

Pitch: Angle of the back part of the heel where it meets the sole

Platform Shoe: Features a thicker sole at the front and a high heel

Pump: Low-cut women's shoe moderate in heel height

Quarter: Rear portion of a shoe that covers the heel and sides, often joined at the back seam

Quarter Lining: Lining of the rear part of a shoe

Riding Boot: Designed equestrian activities, typically knee high with goring and a low heel

Rim: Part of the shoe where the foot enters, also called collar or top line

Saddle Oxford: Oxford-style shoe with a saddle across the vamp, often in a contrasting color

Safety Shoe: Designed for wear in an industrial setting, usually waterproof with steel toes

Sandal: Footwear style with open toe and back, held together by strips of leather or fabric

Scotch Grain: Embossed leather with a heavy, pebbled look

Shaft Height: Measured from the middle of the arch up the inside of the boot to the top of the shaft

Shearling: Sheepskin or lambskin with the wool still attached used for lining

Sheepskin: Skin from sheep, either with or without the wool attached

Shoe Sizes: Variation between full sizes is 1/3 of an inch, while the difference between half sizes is 1/6 of an inch

Silicone: Slippery polymer material used to waterproof shoes

Sipes: Specific razor-cut pattern in the outsoles of deck shoes that help disperse water and decrease slipping

Slide: Footwear style with an open toe and back with a band across the toe

Slingback: A shoe that's secured on the foot with a strap at the back of heel

Slip Last: Simple way to make shoes in which the last is forced into the upper and then stitched to the sole

Slip-on: Footwear style that goes on easily with no further adjustment

Slipper: Flat shoe that's easily slipped on, meant for indoor wear

Smooth Leather: Any leather that's smooth on the surface without pebbling or noticeable grain

Snakeskin: Leather made from the skin of snakes with a scaly texture

Sneaker: Athletic shoe made of canvas and features a rubber sole

Sock Liner: Insole of the interior of a shoe

Sole: Bottom part of the shoe not including the heel

Sole Leather: Any heavy leather used for the sole of a shoe

Spectator: Shoe characterized by two materials often of different colors or materials

Split Leather: Type of leather used in shoes made from the lower layers of a hide that's split away from the upper or grain

Suede: Leather with a soft napped surface

Synthetic Materials: Also known as man-made materials; not genuine leather

T-Z


Tassel: Rope and knot ornament typically found on the vamp of a loafer or mocassin

Tencel: Cellulose fiber made from wood pulp that's environmentally friendly to produce

Thong: Sandal with a V-strap that connects to the sole of a shoe between the big toe and second toe and at the sides of the foot

Throat: Main opening of a shoe extending from the vamp to the ankle

Tread: Refers to the design of the sole or the way a sole is worn

Upper: Upper part of the shoe not including the sole

Upper Leather: any leather used for making shoe uppers

Vamp: Front part of a shoe upper that covers the toes and part of the foot

Vinyl: Also known as polyvinyl chloride (P.V.C.) — a shiny plastic often used for coating shoes

Wedge Heel: Heel that extends from the back of the shoe to the ball of the shoe, following its contour

Wellington: Pull-on boots with no trim often made of rubber

Welt: Strip of leather sewn between the insole and outsole

Width: Typically measured in letters (AAA, AA, A, B, C, D, E, EEE, EEEE) and refers to the width of the shoe last as measured at the ball of the foot, defined in 1/8 inch increments

Wing Tip: A wing-shaped toe cap

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Reviews & Community QA

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 462 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Please bring these back I have two pair and use them daily. Would really like you to bring this style back. The cross straps are great minus the peeling of course. Fix that and make them available again. Thank you. 05-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Please bring these back Yes, the straps could be of better construction, BUT the shoe is long lasting and does every thing I need it to do. I do a lot of walking and like the ease of putting these on is easy as I have limitations of using my hands. 03-28-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by straps started to peel I have worn these only a few times and the material covering the straps started to fall off. The shoe part is fine but they look ratty. 03-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by To not pay this shoe The shoe is not worth the money even on clearance. The material on the straps started to break off after one month. 03-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by best sneaker around These are just great!! I take a 10 wide. Nothing is comfortable. These feel like a dream. Please bring them back -- not everyone takes an average size. 12-23-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by not as durable as the past I have bought many Ryka shoes. My last pair of Mary Janes had a durable strap. This Cris Cross strap is an elastic covered in a flimsy thin material. I bought 2 pairs- I don't wear them that much. The strap started ripping, fraying toward the food. 07-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by bring these back please please please !!!!!!!!!!!! please bring these mary janes back love the pair i have the straps on these really are great it is the best shoe i have ever had top of my feet are high and the strap fits on great please bring these back i would by different color s please!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU 05-21-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by So comfortable and so cute! Please bring these back! Don't know what I will do when the 6 different colors I have wear out. 03-26-15
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