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  • New Balance: 928 Walking Shoe (Men)
  • ROLLBAR® for enhanced motion control and advanced cushioning.
  • ABZORB® SBS in the heel provides 5-10% more effective cushioning than original Abzorb® with no compression set.
  • The 928's Medicare/HCPCS code = PDAC A5500, may be eligible for Medicare Reimbursement.
  • Shop the updated 928v2 here
  • New Balance: 928 Walking Shoe (Women)
  • ROLLBAR® for enhanced motion control and advanced cushioning.
  • ABZORB® SBS in the heel provides 5-10% more effective cushioning than original Abzorb® with no compression set.
  • The 928's Medicare/HCPCS code = PDAC A5500, may be eligible for Medicare Reimbursement.
  • Shop the updated 928v2 here
  • New Balance: M940v2 (Men) Endurance is key in running, but the one thing you shouldn't have to endure on your run is uncomfortable shoes. The New Balance M940v2 for men features enhanced stability and comfort technology perfect for overpronators. Stabilicore medial support system facilitates an easier heel-to-toe transition for a smoother more efficient stride. T-beam, a flexible, lightweight TPU shank incorporated in the architecture of the New Balance 940, increases stability and provides cushioned arch support. In addition, the N2 cushioning technology is responsive and durable without adding bulk. Blown rubber outsole, lace-up front, and a synthetic and mesh upper round out the features of these technological, made-in-the-USA, New Balance running sneakers.
  • New Balance: W940V2 Running Shoe (Women) Building on the success of the 940v1, this lightweight high stability trainer now offers our N2 cushioning technology and Stabilicore combined with T-Beam for the severe overpronator.