The Joya Vancouver is a casual trainer based on the Emotion sole technology. It is ideal for people who want to feel a soft walking sensation. Additionally, it is recommended for anyone with a sensitive back, or feet and joints that are exposed to daily stress.
Study-backed from organisations around the world such as AGR, Joya footwear influences and affects the way humans move. For this reason, they are split into four fitting categories. The Vancouver is a medium fit and is meant for normal feet.
In terms of the design, this is a lace-up trainer made of nubuck with textile lining. There is decorative contrast stitching, and reflective patches on the heel and tongue. The lace fastening is thin and goes through a bridge, avoiding tangles and securing the feet. It sits through metal eyelets.
Meanwhile, the foot-bed features an Ortholite insole for cushioning. This is lightweight, highly breathable material that can withstand moisture. Additionally, it is removable and can be machine washed.
With an Air sole type, you will feel more stability, due to the additional width in the heel and forefoot section. If you have an active lifestyle, or have long working hours, you will benefit from physical relief. As a result, these trainers will support your back and joints.
Due to the features of the Joya Vancouver, it also helps to relieve symptoms of several foot-related health conditions. These include heel spurs, knee pain, lower back pain, Morton’s Neuroma, Plantar Fasciitis, and standing posture.