New Balance started building running shoes in the 70's and grew to become one of the world's leading brands. Based in New England, where still some of the production takes place, has fitting every possible athlete as one of their core values.
“The New Balance Fresh Foam X Tempo v2 is a shoe that can do pretty much anything on the roads. Short and fast? Check. Long and easy? Yep. Daily trainer? Absolutely. One pair of shoes that can do...” Read expert review
“The New Balance FuelCell SuperComp Pacer is a brand new racer which is best suited to short-distance racing. It has a snappy, smooth ride which is on the firm side and it has a flexible full-length...” Read expert review
“The New Balance FuelCell SuperComp Elite v3 is a soft-riding, carbon-plated racer with a bouncy, energetic ride. It has a flexible plate and non-aggressive rocker which make it not as fast as the...” Read expert review
“The New Balance 1080 v12 is a long-distance trainer designed for any runner wanting to log big miles. It works for almost every workout. However, the redesign falls flat on performance.” Read expert review
“The New Balance Roav v2 is a shoe designed for designed for daily life, quick/short runs, and hitting the gym. It is good at all of its purposes, but not great at any single one of them. ” Read expert review
“The New Balance FuelCell Rebel v3 is a lightweight daily trainer with a flexible forefoot. It has a super soft ride and can handle a wide range of paces. Version 3 has more outsole rubber for added...” Read expert review