Training shoes are a type of athletic footwear designed for gym use, training, athletic performance, or other forms of physical exercise. Training shoes are generally made with breathable and lightweight uppers and flexible soles; which are intended to absorb impact. Training shoes encompass a wide variety designs and are generally tailored to specific activities. Extra cushioning and arch support are commonly found as additional enhancements.
New Balance M990V3 Great
June 13, 2013
Reviewer: mrawxx from wisconsin
I liked how the design of the shoe was but what I didn't like is that they were a bit loose even though I had bought the right size but they were comfortable.
Wears this shoe: walk or run
New Balance M1540 1540s no more
March 17, 2013
Reviewer: Tom from Tucson, AZ
I've owned many pairs of New Balance over the years. I loved the last two pairs of 1123's, then New Balance in their brillant wisdom went to the 1540. I've owned these shoes for over a year. My toes touch the top and they are to narrow. After a year of trying to stretch them out I am finally trying to wear them with my orthotics, without much success. Currently out looking for a non-New Balance shoe. From what I've read many folks seemed happy with the 1123's, to bad New Balance couldn't stick with something that worked.
Wears this shoe: Everyday/everywhere