• Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    10/10

    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



  • Editor rating
    10/10
    User's rating
    8/10

    The New Balance Fresh Foam 980 uses a new foam technology to produce excellent cushioning, protective enough for all types of running, in a lightweight package


  • Editor rating
    10/10
    User's rating
    9.3/10

    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 larger percentage of runners


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    6/10

    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 energy through the heel


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    9.1/10

    The New Balance MT1210 Leadville hits the mark as a shoe designed to run ultra distances and will surprise many runners with its lightweight protection


  • Editor rating
    10/10
    User's rating
    0/10

    New Balance absolutely nailed it with the third version of this shoe which is sure to please a variety of runners from the fleet footed to the recreational jogger



  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    7.5/10

    After loving the NB 890 running shoe, I was encouraged by some of the subtle changes that New Balance had leaked prior to the release of the 890V2.


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    10/10

    New Balance made some significant updates to the 1080v2, starting first with the material used for the cushioning in the sole. The 1080v2 is the first shoe to use New Balance’s new N2 technology in the heel