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What's New About the New Balance 880v8?

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What's New About the New Balance 880v8?

The 880v8 is the eighth and newest edition of the popular neutral trainer from our friends at New Balance. The fit and ride of the v8 is essentially unchanged from the previous v7, so if you enjoyed the cushioning and minimal weight of the 880, chances are you’ll be a fan of this one. New Balance has made some small adjustments to the midsole, outsole, and upper of the shoe. The v8 maintains the same TRUFUSE (the name of New Balance’s cushioning system) composition as the v7, so the shoe feels bouncy and soft from the start of your run...

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Add Some Spring to Springtime Running in the New Balance 890v6

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Add Some Spring to Springtime Running in the New Balance 890v6

Runners, rejoice. An old fan favorite is back and better than ever with the new update to New Balance's 890.

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See What's New About the New Balance 860v8

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See What's New About the New Balance 860v8

The chill is starting to seep into the morning air (well, maybe not this week). Leaves are starting to lose their fight against gravity as they change colors before fluttering down to the ground. Runners grasp pumpkin spice lattes after weekend long runs. That must mean that it's the start of the fall season, which means one great thing for this excited reviewer... New shoes to talk about! The first up for the season is the New Balance 860v8. That's right. This tried-and-true stability option gets some nice upgrades as it enters its 8th year. So what are the things...

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New Shoe Review: 880v7 from New Balance

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New Shoe Review: 880v7 from New Balance

Is 7 your lucky number? If so, you just might have hit the jackpot with the newest neutral cushioned trainer from New Balance. The 880v7 is a run-specialty only training shoe you can find in-store at your local CRC! The Tech The 880v7 is a neutral shoe, which means it has all the comfort without the added weight of supportive features. The 7th version of the 880 utilizes FantomFit, which is an upper material free of stitching with no-sew overlays. The bottom of the shoe features a blown rubber outsole for added cushioning and durability while the midsole cushioning is comprised of TRUFUSE. (That's...

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