920 Women's Fitness Cardio Training Shoes - White

Key feature
The fitness experience you've been waiting for! Feel the spring in your step, move 360° and experience full flexibility. The cushioning helps you feel light as you jump and land.


Energy return
Thanks to the exclusive Kalensole foam combined with PebaxⓇ technology
Multidirectional flexibility
For rotations during choreographed routines: grooves under the sole.
The side webbing supports your feet so you can move in every direction.
Our foam will absorb impacts so you can repeat movements over and over.
Fitting comfort
These shoes have a high top. Approved comfort!


Upper of : 80.0% Polyester (PES), Upper of : 20.0% Polyurethane (PU) Outer sole of : 70.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA), Outer sole of : 30.0% Rubber - Synthetic Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
2 years


3 years of research and listening to user feedback
Our ingenious designs come about because of our fitness users' feedback. Damien is a product manager: "Grip, cushioning, propulsion, rotation, flexibility and support were all things our users wanted, but from a technical point of view it's not easy to achieve them. We had to make a link between the desired feeling and the technical requirements. We created 100 different pairs and tested them all. Today, we're super proud to have reinvented fitness shoes!"
Doing fitness in running shoes (or vice versa) isn't a good idea
Wearing suitable shoes for fitness reduces the risk of injury by 20% compared with people who wear running shoes. But why? Our research and development lab has demonstrated specific ways that the foot moves in different sports: a straight stride when running, versus rotations during fitness activities. Wearing the right kind of shoes for your sports activity protects your feet and boosts your performance!
Used to wearing high heels?
If that's the case for you, it's normal to take a little time to adapt to your new fitness shoes. This is because of their 4 mm drop, which is close to your foot's natural position. Have you heard of drop? It's the height difference between the front and back of your foot.
For fitness, do you need cushioning at the toe or the heel?
For your fitness classes, it's the front of your foot where you need cushioning. And you can count on the cushioning in our shoes!
A three-part sole
An outsole made with rubber for grip, a KalensoleⓇ EVA foam midsole for cushioning, and an insole combining PebaxⓇ thermoplastic elastomer and a polyurethane layer for propulsion all to give you a shoe with perfect rebound.
The bonus is no marks on the floor.
Our sole has been designed to leave no marks on the floor.