New Balance Men’s Rise V1 Cushioning Running Shoe, Black/White, 11 D US

February 12, 2020 - Comment

Soft. Smooth. Simple. The New Balance fresh foam rise running shoe for men sneaker for men provides plush cushioning, offering your feet mile-after-mile comfort. Loaded with technology that encourages your fitness goals, you can be sure to enjoy each step in this new fresh foam model.

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(as of February 21, 2020 11:38 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Soft. Smooth. Simple. The New Balance fresh foam rise running shoe for men sneaker for men provides plush cushioning, offering your feet mile-after-mile comfort. Loaded with technology that encourages your fitness goals, you can be sure to enjoy each step in this new fresh foam model.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Cool, but large solid arch supports are an issue I’ve worn pretty much nothing but New Balance shoes for years. Here in central Texas in July it is fiercely hot, and my daily driver NB walking shoes get very warm.I was looking for some kind of vented shoe in my size, 10.5W, this size is hard to find. As soon as I saw these I ordered them because NB.The first time I put them on I thought there were rocks in them! It turns the arch supports are very large and very hard. They were downright painful until I put in an…

Anonymous says:

Comfortable shoe. Lightweight with less than average support. Runs narrow. Good running shoe for regular use if you are OK with a less supportive shoe. Cushioning is adequate but not nearly as heavy as with typical NB shoes or other models. Feel is somewhere between a trainer and a racing shoe such that this is probably a better shoe for more experienced, and smaller, runners. Probably not the best choice for newer runners or larger runners who are not used to absorbing the regular stress without extra support. These do run narrow. I normally wear a regular width…

Anonymous says:

A New Balance shoe with no arch support; ugg Lightweight shoe I had purchased to put in rotation for marathon training. Nope; no way!First run after walking for a full day to have the shoe ‘mold’ to my feet a bit as some alluded to, around 5 miles in felt first metatarsal starting to scream like it had a few years back when PF kicked in.Was really hoping it would indeed mold some. Nope. Painful to run in.Had to return to inserts on this one while using these regular shoes to hang out in. Will stay with Brooks Revel…

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