New Balance Running Shoes Reviews

New Balance started building running shoes in the 70's and grew to become one of the world's leading brands. Based in New England, where still some of the production takes place, has fitting every possible athlete as one of their core values.

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Weight
7.7 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Minimalist
“The Minimus MT1010 gives a great feel for the trail while providing a greater degree of protection than many minimalist trail shoes.” Read expert review
Thomas Caughlan
Ultrarunner and 10-Year Running Shoe Tester
Weight
11.3 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Stability
“A potentially great shoe that suffers from its loss of stability. Could find a home with runners who desire high end fit and form without much support.” Read expert review
Theo Clyatt
Running Expert
Weight
12.1 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Stability
“A good but not outstanding stability trainer which may be overlooked at retail. ” Read expert review
Theo Clyatt
Running Expert
Weight
9.0 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Cushioning
“-New Balance updates the popular 890 with a lower drop and stack height but many runners are complaining of the shallow toe box. Overall a great shoe for neutral or mild overpronators who are looking...” Read expert review
Thomas Caughlan
Ultrarunner and 10-Year Running Shoe Tester
Weight
10.6 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The New Balance 1080v2 will definitely stay in my rotation as my go-to long run shoes. I loved their more natural feel, and I barely noticed them on the run. They were cushioned enough to keep my feet...” Read expert review
Courtney Roy
Running Expert
Weight
7.8 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Minimalist
“The NB Minimus Zero is a fantastic road shoe that provides a fantastic, lightweight ride that lets runners do their thing without getting in the way. The shoe is best for advanced runners familiar...” Read expert review
Brian O'Connor
Running Expert
Weight
12.3 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Motion Control
“The 1260 may suit heavy runners or heel strikers needing the most stability and motion control. But given New Balance's recent shoe releases and new technologies the 1260 feels like a step back.” Read expert review
Thomas Caughlan
Ultrarunner and 10-Year Running Shoe Tester