Verdict from 10.2 hours of research from the internet

73
Decent!
137 users: 4 / 5

5 reasons to buy

  • Comfy: A majority of the owners find the Vionic Tokyo comfortable to wear for daily walks and traveling.
  • Cushioning: The podiatrist-designed orthotic insole helps relieve foot pain and knee discomfort, say many reviewers.
  • Support: Multiple wearers with a high instep and those who suffer from overpronation appreciate the arch support on this model.
  • Light: It is easy to take long walks when you're wearing this footwear because it doesn't weigh that much, as stated by a bunch of folks.
  • Stylish: Plenty of shoppers love the athletic style of this Vionic walking trainer; it goes well with casual clothing.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Toe box: According to several wearers, the front of this pair of walking shoes is tight, causing their toes to go numb or fall asleep.
  • Rigid: For some people, the arch support feels too hard and needs some getting used to.

Bottom line

The Vionic Tokyo offers flexibility and comfort for all-day wear. It has the 1st Ray technology, a feature that aims to provide flexibility under the big toe joint.

The shoe is also designed with the Advanced Motion System footbed that supports the arch while cradling the heel and the forefoot for a secure foothold. It comes highly recommended by those who suffer from chronic foot and knee pain.

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How Tokyo compares

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