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99 users: 4.4 / 5
Style: Dad
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Nike Lifestyle Shoes

Verdict from 10.1 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • A large percentage of buyers dig the unique look of the Nike RYZ 365.
  • Another chunky sneaker from Swoosh is receiving a lot of praise for its beautiful color combinations.
  • According to many users, the RYZ 365 is comfortable.
  • The sneaker adds an extra lift, which several wearers like.
  • A reviewer mentions that the price is reasonable.
  • Some appreciate the subtle Nike logo on the shoe.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One reviewer mentions that the RYZ 365 from the Swoosh brand has no arch support.
  • Very few did not like the way the shoe looks on their feet due to its bulky silhouette.
  • A buyer finds her feet heating up while wearing the shoe.

Bottom line

Try something different without being too extra with the new Nike RYZ 365. Stand tall on these chunky soles and remain comfortable while flaunting its unique structure on the streets. However, unlike some ugly shoes, this Nike sneaker is painted in softer colorways that are pleasant to look at.

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The Nike RYZ 365 is designed for women only. It has a low top style that allows an unrestricted movement for the feet. Due to the materials used on the upper, like leather and suede, the shoe provides an ample amount of support. The usual lacing system the shoe features aids in giving a glove-like fit.

A year usually has 365 days. Being named as the RYZ 365, this is a sneaker one can wear every day for 365 days. This lifestyle sneaker will give your ride an extra lift. With its subtle colorway yet bold structure, the shoe will not fail to catch attention. It pairs well with many casual attire.

Swoosh designed the shoe with a sporty silhouette. It has a traditional lacing system that secures the feet, a pull tab on the heel to aid in wearing the sneaker, and a rubber outsole to keep a good grip on the surface.

However, the hardest feature to ignore is its chunky, funky sole. The midsole is designed with angular waves, and it has fun geometric cutouts on the midsole near the heel where you can look through. Three smaller triangles on the outsole close to the forefoot of the sneaker are also cut out. These void spaces on the sole do not only contribute to its unique look, but it also provides pleasant cushioning.

Nike is the most popular sporting footwear brand, and it has been around since 1964. For more than 50 years, it produced many iconic sneakers, which supports different trends.

When the chunky sneaker trend came to light, Nike’s M2K Tekno became a go-to dad sneaker option. The Nike Tekno, which was released in 2018, was designed by Jin Hong by reworking the classic Nike Air Monarch.

Recently, Nike released the RYZ 365 as a replacement to the Nike M2K Tekno. It has a futuristic take on the Tekno model, which features an exaggerated look. The shoe plays with the traditional running shoe, designing it with a unique geometric cutouts on the midsole for a mixture of a fun style and function. A rebellious attitude is added to the overall silhouette of the shoe, although it has peaceful colorways due to the line works on the shoe.

  • Looking forward to the spring season, the Swoosh brand releases the Nike RYZ 365 in pastel colors like blush sakura pink and cool mint tone.
  • The upper of the shoe features different materials like nylon, textile, leather, and suede.
  • The pull tab on the heel is made up of suede material.
  • The RYZ 365 has a TPU plate that provides protection against hard and uneven surfaces.
  • The shoe approximately weighs 340.19 grams. The measurement is taken using a size 10, regular width sneaker.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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