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 Fresh Foam Vongo v2 offers high cushion with a low offset and a comfortable feel but provides very low stability for a shoe in this category despite the Varus Wedge sole.” Read expert review
“The New Balance 1500 v3 is a fast racing or up-tempo training shoe with a superb fit and quick transition, smooth for those runners needing a little extra stability during races from 5k’s to...” Read expert review
“The New Balance Boracay v3 is a lightweight trainer designed to help you push your pace yet feel comfortable. At a good price, this shoe can help you with tempo and speed runs or races up to a half...” Read expert review
“The Zante v3 is a lightweight cushioned shoe that begs to go fast. It is versatile in that it provides enough cushion for long runs and is lightweight and responsive enough to race a 5k. It is an all...” Read expert review
“The New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo is a highly cushioned stability trainer with a comfortably snug upper and low drop height. It’s super comfortable and shines in its niche but most...” Read expert review
“The Fresh Foam 1080 v7 is once again filled with potential. Unfortunately the Fresh Foam cushioning still felt to firm and the upper, although slightly improved from last years model, still caused...” Read expert review
“The NEW BALANCE® 1260v6 is a dependable workhorse as opposed to a derby winner. It has a solid foundation and a very pleasant -yet firm enough- cushion throughout. While overall it's a bit clunky,...” Read expert review