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.
“The New Balance 860v9 is a moderate stability trainer that has undergone an impressive visual redesign. They are a good stability trainer, but have a few shortcomings which prevents it from being a...” Read expert review
“The New Balance 1080v9 is a high cushioned trainer that offers a lot technologies. You'll pay for them, but this cushioned shoe will also let you up the pace and get going in your training and racing.” Read expert review
“In the New Balance Summit Unknown, I was pleased with the lightweight (under 9 oz) design of this all-terrain shoe. The padding, narrower heel and mid-foot, and the protected toe box made it easy to...” Read expert review
“The Fresh Foam Gobi v3 was not the trail shoe for me. I do love the way the shoe looks, it's very fashionable. I do not usually buy shoes because of the look, I buy them because of the feel. ” Read expert review
Exercise Physiologist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, and Run Coach.
“The New Balance Summit KOM/QOM (“King/Queen of the Mountain”) is a firm and durable trail running shoe that offers maximum stability and protection on hazardous terrain. While this may not be the...” Read expert review
“The fourth version of the New Balance Fuelcore Coast features a low-profile, lightweight design that makes it an ideal entry-level trainer for daily use. This budget-friendly, stylish shoe...” Read expert review
“The New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo v3 has broken out of its sophomore slump with a shoe that is equal parts comfortable and stable. While it feels bulky at times, a non traditional varus wedge...” Read expert review
Serial Marathoner and Stability Running Shoe Expert