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.
“This update from the NB competition line fills the gap well between the company’s track spikes and heftier long distance racing footwear. The 1600 v2 is slightly lighter than its predecessor, and...” Read expert review
“The New Balance 1260 v4 is a solid running shoe offering superior stability for those runners that overpronate while delivering ample cushioning from heel-to-toe allowing for a smooth ride and quick...” Read expert review
“The 880v4 is a lightweight cushioning shoe with a 12mm heel to toe drop. This shoe performs well on both pavement and trails while providing substantial cushioning in a neutral package.” Read expert review
“The Minimums 10 GT is a favorable shoe that can serve most anyone in a variety of fitness goals. The GT is ideal on wet and snowy roads or trails keeping feet warm and dry while providing good...” Read expert review
“I thought that the 890 series could not be improved up; I was wrong. The 890V4 is a lighter version of one of the best neutral cushioning shoes on the market, and the improved fit will appeal to a...” Read expert review
“The 880v3 is a light weight shoe with a 12mm drop from heel to toe. The shoe encourages a fluid forward roll. It is wearable on dirt but has an excellent performance on pavement in terms of returned...” Read expert review
“The New Balance Women's WT910v1 NBX Trail Running Shoe is a great cushioned trail shoe. Although having additional features such as the RockStop midsole plate and Toe Protection, it was still...” Read expert review