sturdy Weaknesses: Very light, excellent tight fit, good grip and suprisingly sturdy Overall: Great lightweight shoes, superb for longer distance racing woz 2: GOOD LIGHT TRAINING/RACE SHOE Strengths: good width fitting Weaknesses: good width fitting
this for short, faster runs as well as long marathon training sessions; it’s extremely adaptable. The toe box comes up a little wide though.
): 277g Contact: www.newbalance.co.uk Full Review: What's new? A substantial overhaul for New Balance's flagship neutral running shoe. The biggest changes are a new shape for the upper and more cushioning gel in the midfoot. We say A light and responsive
Pros: Cons: Weight (M): 273g Weight (W): 217g Contact: www.newbalance.co.uk Full Review: What's new? A feather of a racing shoe, New Balance has knocked 14g off the 904 to produce a ride that's lighter without losing cushioning. Asymmetrical lacing
really Overall: I went for New Balance as they do a 12 ½ UK unlike all the other manufacturers that jump from 12 to 13. Have run in the Asics 2000 series for years but the 12 is a little snug and the 13 big – hence my purchase. Despite having a gait
Strengths: not good on long distances Weaknesses: not good on long distances Overall: would not buy New Balance again Michael Snow: GOOD ALL-ROUNDER Strengths: Good stability and likes to eat up the miles. Post race they feel just as comfortable. Weaknesses
and 14 stone and the cushioning and support were perfect for a moderate over pronator. Nick Stone 3: Excellent racing and training shoe,fairly light and always comfortable and great New Balance Product. Strengths: Cannot fault these New Balance 769`s
with New Balance shoes is the great amount of cushioning and support - I personally prefer a harder ride and the Abzorb cushioning is a great buffer on hard surfaces. I have a pair of 858s but suffer from rubbing on the instep on longer runs. Weaknesses
In short:New Balance responded to the current lightweight trend by duly knocking nearly 30g from version two of this popular high-mileage workhorse. That the manufacturers have managed to do so without compromising on cushioning or changing
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