Weight 287gEvaluation This is a good season for New Balance shoes that appeal to lighter, faster runners. The 770 is a stability-enhanced version of the £50 730, which received high praise from our weartesters. Normal-weight runners used the 730
is that the seamless upper is getting roomier. Still,you have a choice of width options.New Balance 829 £59.99Weight 326gEvaluation Its surprising what a light, unrestrictive upper can do to your perception of a shoes weight. Take the new 829. It looks and rides
New Balance is a firm that believes in sticking with a winning formula. So it has merely tweaked the excellent 879 to create the 880. The midsole and outsole have barely changed, and it’s in the cosmetics where most of the work has taken place
Weight 205gEvaluation One of the most striking features of the RC240 is its distinctly 80s look. But if you can get past the grey, yellow, blue and white colour scheme, youll find a perfectly decent racer. The RC240 replaces the distinctly more monochrome RC230, which we said w...
Albis (£70, discontinued); New Balance RX Terrain (£50)
superwomen. But by that measure, what woman isnt a superwoman? Today, increasing and myriad demands on time mean that every day is a balancing act of priorities. Although on some days you might juggle it all with aplomb, at other times your tugging
Weight 311gEvaluation Eagle-eyed readers will notice that we’ve yet to review the New Balance 831. That’s not because we have missed it, but because New Balance have simply leapt straight from 830 to 832. The good news, though, is that despite
Weight 350gEvaluation The 850 series always provided New Balance’s outstanding stability models. The last in the series, the 855, though, was beefed up and made far more supportive – moving towards motion control. That wasn’t a problem – the 855
Weight 387gEvaluation New Balance is well known for simply upgrading its successful models, particularly its motion control shoes. That's not the case with the 815: it's a completely new shoe. And surprisingly, its not an all-singing and dancing
Balance's new Acteva midsole foam, so the cushioning is good despite its low profile. Few runners will find it their ideal marathon shoe, but for 5Ks and 10Ks, the quick, neutral runners out there should enjoy it.
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