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Reebok Lifestyle Princess

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  • Soft, synthetic leather upper for instant comfort.
  • Padded foam sockliner provides comfort, cushioning, and durability.
  • EVA midsole and abrasive rubber outsole for lightweight cushioning, traction, and durability.
  • Soft terry linings designed to absorb moisture.
  • Measurements:
    • Heel Height: 1 in
    • Weight: 9 oz
  • Product measurements were taken using size 6, width D - Wide. Please note that measurements may vary by size.

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Fit Survey:

88% Felt true to size
  • 0% Full size too large
  • 1% Half size too Large
  • 88% True to size
  • 9% Half size too small
  • 2% Full size too small
80% Felt true to width
  • 80% Felt true to width
  • 20% Felt narrower than marked
  • 0% Felt wider than marked
58% Moderate arch support
  • 36% Excellent arch support
  • 58% Moderate arch support
  • 6% No arch support

Item Information

  • Video Description View the Video Description for this product! (Please note that the color shown in the video may no longer be available.)
  • Soft, synthetic leather upper for instant comfort.
  • Padded foam sockliner provides comfort, cushioning, and durability.
  • EVA midsole and abrasive rubber outsole for lightweight cushioning, traction, and durability.
  • Soft terry linings designed to absorb moisture.
  • Measurements:
    • Heel Height: 1 in
    • Weight: 9 oz
  • Product measurements were taken using size 6, width D - Wide. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Customer Reviews

Reebok Lifestyle Princess

Average rating is 5 out of 5 from a total of 419 reviews.

Top Positive Review

3 people found this review helpful.

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Comfort
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Thank you so much for getting my order so fast . I really love my Reebok style Princess; I had back trouble for years I could not understand why, I was eating and walking. Doing all the right thing I thought. I ordered my Reebok shoes. I can't believe how my life has changed. You would never believe all my back trouble was I was wearing the wrong shoes. I will never be with out my lifestyle Princess. Thank you so much.

Read more » « Show less March 11, 2012 by Margie H
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Top Critical Review

9 people found this review helpful.

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Comfort
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The following review is intended to pass along an important FYI regarding some unadvertised an undisclosed changes to this traditional Reebock Princess Shoe. Here we have the "lifestyle" version, others with the same appearance and product description are referred to as "aerobic shoes" or "sneakers" depending on where you shop. By whatever name, longtime fans know this style right away: it's the classic Reebock design that debuted in the 1980s. I recently came back to the design after a years-long absence only to be shocked by the design changes I found design changes that aren't mentioned anywhere online as of this writing which is why I'm passing this FYI on to you. Like the name of the shoe itself, the materials used in its construction are all over the place. All the descriptions for this shoe characterize it as a "leather upper" with "terry cloth" composing the lining. However, here's where it gets strange. If you happen to have purchased any of these you may or may not get the classic leather construction; you may or may not get terry cloth (as opposed to a nylon interior). After an online order arrived with a sticker floating around in the shoe box, I was shocked to find that contrary to all descriptions for this shoe online as of this writing it read "manmade upper". I returned the shoes and then started to poke around. You don't find a lot of local places that carry this style in stock any more but when you do you might find what I did: Some of them are leather, some of them are a very soft but thin vinyl and some of them have a leather toe-box area with vinyl used on the side panels! In all cases, the SKU is the same, the style number is the same, the appearance is the same. Reebock simply appears to be kicking out whatever they feel like making at a given time! If you order online, you just don't have any idea what you'll get. If that's frustrating to longtime fans of this brand and this shoe, I can't blame you. I made a complaint to Reebock through their website form. They appear to have ignored me but I suspect that if enough shoppers do the same we might prevail in getting the company to manufacture a consistent shoe. Interestingly, the Reebock website still describes this shoe the same way it is described here "leather" and "terry cloth" construction. They really do need to figure out how they want to make this shoe because describing a vinyl shoe as "leather" amounts to false advertising. I suspect Reebock knows what's going on with their haphazard manufacturing because there's another thing that's off about the shoe: The sewn-in tag where you expect to see where the shoe is manufactured is under the tongue on most of the all-leather shoes and on the side near the heel on most of the rest and none of them say "leather upper" or "manmade upper" on the sewn-in version of the tag, either way. It used to be by law or by manufacturing custom the shoe industry put the materials disclosure on the sewn-in tag. It would make sense why Reebock is dropping a sticker in the boxes if they're changing the design too often to settle on a single tag that all their manufacturing facilities can physically stitch into the shoe. The other problem, if you do find this shoe locally, is that the loose stickers don't survive in a retail environment with shoppers pulling boxes on and off the shelf. Not a single pair I saw in the store had any information about how the shoe was made. The stickers apparently fall out and get separated from the shoe box such that neither the shoe box nor the shoe itself say what the materials are. This is not good news for shoppers but if you know these shoes there are other ways to tell what you've got. For starters, the leather variety is going to smell like leather, not so the vinyl. The leather is going to crinkle or pucker a bit if you push a finger into it, the vinyl lacks that quality. At first I was convinced that what had shipped to my home was a knockoff. With the cheaper manmade materials there is no breathability to the shoe and the fit was off too. I originally purchased a wide "D" width and my foot wouldn't fit in the shoe with my socks on. When I finally did find one of the original all-leather Reebock Princess shoes locally, the only one I got to fit was a "D" size coupled with a size up from what I normally take. I recall that these shoes had a tendency to run narrow "back in the day" but when you buy a wide shoe it is really weird to find that the only wide area is right beneath the laces whereas the toe-box area is still too small and tight. The odd fit without the arch supports seemed to be an issue more so with the Vietnam-made shoes (something I later confirmed combing online reviews). What I ultimately found was made in Cambodia and it does have the traditional materials and arch support features (and was noticeably more cushioned when stepping). Perhaps Reebock has attempted to make some "test changes" to see if customers notice that the materials have changed. I am not sure if the leather version of this Princess shoe are still in full production somewhere or if the company is in the process of phasing it out, at which point the materials info. ought to be updated on websites and on the shoe's label to indicate as much (not to mention the price should come down if they're no longer leather!). In the meantime, it's a toss up what you will actually receive if you order this shoe online. Depending on what you get after ordering these, please stop by and post a review. It would be helpful to see if Reebock reverses the design changes to live up to the current descriptions for this shoe or proceeds to make all their classic Princess shoes out of inexpensive plastic to save a few bucks on production. Reebock, listen up: If it's not broke, don't fix it!

Read more » « Show less August 3, 2012 by LYNND
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9 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 2 stars! Comfort: Rated:2 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!
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The following review is intended to pass along an important FYI regarding some unadvertised an undisclosed changes to this traditional Reebock Princess Shoe. Here we have the "lifestyle" version, others with the same appearance and product description are referred to as "aerobic shoes" or "sneakers" depending on where you shop. By whatever name, longtime fans know this style right away: it's the classic Reebock design that debuted in the 1980s. I recently came back to the design after a years-long absence only to be shocked by the design changes I found design changes that aren't mentioned anywhere online as of this writing which is why I'm passing this FYI on to you. Like the name of the shoe itself, the materials used in its construction are all over the place. All the descriptions for this shoe characterize it as a "leather upper" with "terry cloth" composing the lining. However, here's where it gets strange. If you happen to have purchased any of these you may or may not get the classic leather construction; you may or may not get terry cloth (as opposed to a nylon interior). After an online order arrived with a sticker floating around in the shoe box, I was shocked to find that contrary to all descriptions for this shoe online as of this writing it read "manmade upper". I returned the shoes and then started to poke around. You don't find a lot of local places that carry this style in stock any more but when you do you might find what I did: Some of them are leather, some of them are a very soft but thin vinyl and some of them have a leather toe-box area with vinyl used on the side panels! In all cases, the SKU is the same, the style number is the same, the appearance is the same. Reebock simply appears to be kicking out whatever they feel like making at a given time! If you order online, you just don't have any idea what you'll get. If that's frustrating to longtime fans of this brand and this shoe, I can't blame you. I made a complaint to Reebock through their website form. They appear to have ignored me but I suspect that if enough shoppers do the same we might prevail in getting the company to manufacture a consistent shoe. Interestingly, the Reebock website still describes this shoe the same way it is described here "leather" and "terry cloth" construction. They really do need to figure out how they want to make this shoe because describing a vinyl shoe as "leather" amounts to false advertising. I suspect Reebock knows what's going on with their haphazard manufacturing because there's another thing that's off about the shoe: The sewn-in tag where you expect to see where the shoe is manufactured is under the tongue on most of the all-leather shoes and on the side near the heel on most of the rest and none of them say "leather upper" or "manmade upper" on the sewn-in version of the tag, either way. It used to be by law or by manufacturing custom the shoe industry put the materials disclosure on the sewn-in tag. It would make sense why Reebock is dropping a sticker in the boxes if they're changing the design too often to settle on a single tag that all their manufacturing facilities can physically stitch into the shoe. The other problem, if you do find this shoe locally, is that the loose stickers don't survive in a retail environment with shoppers pulling boxes on and off the shelf. Not a single pair I saw in the store had any information about how the shoe was made. The stickers apparently fall out and get separated from the shoe box such that neither the shoe box nor the shoe itself say what the materials are. This is not good news for shoppers but if you know these shoes there are other ways to tell what you've got. For starters, the leather variety is going to smell like leather, not so the vinyl. The leather is going to crinkle or pucker a bit if you push a finger into it, the vinyl lacks that quality. At first I was convinced that what had shipped to my home was a knockoff. With the cheaper manmade materials there is no breathability to the shoe and the fit was off too. I originally purchased a wide "D" width and my foot wouldn't fit in the shoe with my socks on. When I finally did find one of the original all-leather Reebock Princess shoes locally, the only one I got to fit was a "D" size coupled with a size up from what I normally take. I recall that these shoes had a tendency to run narrow "back in the day" but when you buy a wide shoe it is really weird to find that the only wide area is right beneath the laces whereas the toe-box area is still too small and tight. The odd fit without the arch supports seemed to be an issue more so with the Vietnam-made shoes (something I later confirmed combing online reviews). What I ultimately found was made in Cambodia and it does have the traditional materials and arch support features (and was noticeably more cushioned when stepping). Perhaps Reebock has attempted to make some "test changes" to see if customers notice that the materials have changed. I am not sure if the leather version of this Princess shoe are still in full production somewhere or if the company is in the process of phasing it out, at which point the materials info. ought to be updated on websites and on the shoe's label to indicate as much (not to mention the price should come down if they're no longer leather!). In the meantime, it's a toss up what you will actually receive if you order this shoe online. Depending on what you get after ordering these, please stop by and post a review. It would be helpful to see if Reebock reverses the design changes to live up to the current descriptions for this shoe or proceeds to make all their classic Princess shoes out of inexpensive plastic to save a few bucks on production. Reebock, listen up: If it's not broke, don't fix it!

I'd also recommend: Avia, New Balance

Fit Survey

Runs Small

Runs Large

Felt a full size smaller than marked

Runs Narrow

Runs Wide

Felt narrower than marked

Poor Support

Great Support

No arch support

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3 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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Thank you so much for getting my order so fast . I really love my Reebok style Princess; I had back trouble for years I could not understand why, I was eating and walking. Doing all the right thing I thought. I ordered my Reebok shoes. I can't believe how my life has changed. You would never believe all my back trouble was I was wearing the wrong shoes. I will never be with out my lifestyle Princess. Thank you so much.

I'd also recommend: I can;t tell no one of there on feet I just know I will never be without my princess

Fit Survey

Runs Small

Runs Large

Felt true to size

Runs Narrow

Runs Wide

Felt true to width

Poor Support

Great Support

Excellent arch support

  • from California
3 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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Ordered these for a friend out of the country and liked them so much I ordered myself a pair before a holiday trip to Scotland. Great walking shoes, but the best thing was ordering them from Zappos, with the surprise next-day delivery. So much easier than going to a mall and hoping they have the shoe you want in the size you need.

Fit Survey

Runs Narrow

Runs Wide

Felt true to width

Poor Support

Great Support

Excellent arch support

  • from Charleston, South Carolina
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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I found my favorite sports shoe with no trouble. Ordering was easy. They came in like 2 days! Very happy with them. Besides, I was able to use the substantial box to mail some things family left behind on a recent visit. Really great all the way around. Thanks, Zappos!

I'd also recommend: It is easy to try any brand.

Fit Survey

Runs Small

Runs Large

Felt true to size

Runs Narrow

Runs Wide

Felt true to width

Poor Support

Great Support

Moderate arch support

  • from Tampa Bay area in Florida
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:2 stars!
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Okay, so they're 'sensible shoes'. So there. Given that, they are comfortable as a sneaker, which they technically are, but I can still wear them to work when there's a dress code involved. I wish they came in more colors. I'll order more when these wear out.

Fit Survey

Runs Small

Runs Large

Felt true to size

Runs Narrow

Runs Wide

Felt true to width

Poor Support

Great Support

Excellent arch support

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