**NEW** T-Beam - Midfoot shank which improves inherent stability and flexibility. ** UPDATED ** New ABZORB Crash Pad - Cushioning in both heel and forefoot for exceptional shock absorption. **UPDATED** Nufoam Application - Cushions your foot from impact of heavy running. Lightweight Upper - Breathable mesh upper keeps your feet comfortable and dry. Dual-Density Medial Post - Hardened medial block which prevents over-pronation, keeping you in-line and injury free.
The New Balance M860v3 Running Shoes feature great cushioning technologies for a premium feel as well providing the necessary support that is required for someone who over-pronates. The shoe contains cushioning technologies like ABZORB Crash Pad which provides a cushioned landing through the heelstrike to the forefoot, N-ERGY which is a gel platform in the heel which absorbs shock superbly and features also ACTEVA LITE, which is NB's lightweight midsole material. All of which combine to make this shoe supremely comfortable whilst the Dual-Density Medial Post offers runners great stability, stamping out over-pronation. The N-Durance carbon rubber outsole compound is also more prevalent, featuring more in harder wearing areas which is going to extend the life of your shoe.
Key Product Details
- Brand: New Balance
- Title: New Balance M860v3 Running Shoes
- Color: Blue
The Balance M860v3 Running Shoes is among our choices in store in our range of natural running shoes for men and ladies. This type of running shoe is right for you if you're looking for the closest thing to running barefoot, while benefitting from adequate security for your feet. Within the minimalist running shoe category, you have a variety of options. The most natural of our minimalist running shoes fit like a 2nd skin. Your toes can all move independently. Then there's a half-way option: those running shoes that are somewhere in the middle in between shoeless running and a typical cushioned running shoe. You'll feel closer to the ground than you do in conventional running shoe, with a more limited drop from the heel to the forefoot. This will encourage you to land more on the midfoot and forefoot. At the same time, you'll have a good amount of cushioning.