Running shoes are footwear designed for maximum support and comfort for runners. Running shoes often feature extra cushioning to absorb impact from the surface running upon. Running shoes may also feature comfort technology consisting of all types of support and antibacterial linings.
New Balance MT610v2
March 15, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from NY, NY
Light and comfortable
Wears this shoe: all the time
New Balance M770v3 Good construction; limited color choice
February 19, 2013
Reviewer: harold1234 from New Jersey
Well made and sturdy, but not intended for exercise or running. Good stability for all-around wearing. Color black not attractive, but I will not wear red, so this was the only other color choice.
Wears this shoe: When I want to wear a sneaker but not at gym or running.
New Balance M900XC Weak Shoes !
January 23, 2013
Reviewer: Irfan from KY
I used these for three weeks and they tore from the sides. The shoe is extremely light weight, which feels quite comfortable on the foot BUT its weak, won't last long. BEWARE !
New Balance M890v2 Bought for my son
September 25, 2012
Reviewer: Valerie H from Mc Minnville, TN
My son loves how comfortable this shoe is.
Wears this shoe: 2 to 3 times a week
Feel unstoppable in this low profile baseball cleat. With an
upper midfoot support cradle, new lightweight outsole spike plate and a form fitting tongue for unparallel comfort, you'll wonder why these weren't your first pair of cleats.
The New Balance Minimus 1010 trail runner introduces a new
kind of minimal fit to the performance driven runner, taking a remarkably lightweight, stylish upper and combining it with ROCK STOP® protection in the forefoot and a supremely durable ...
So much technology, so little shoe. We've redesigned the look
of our most popular shoe, but kept the fit, feel and ride consistent with its predecessor. The upper now features FlexFilm™, a strong yet pliable material innovation that adapts ...