New Balance 860v3 Running Shoe (Women's)
The New Balance 860v3 Running Shoes provide support and guidance for severe over-pronators. This shoe has significant arch support, and it helps to control the heel to prevent it from rolling inward. This reduces stress on your joints and helps to prevent pain, especially in the knees. The toebox and forefoot width are reduced, for a light, low-pro feel. ABZORBÂ® cushioning helps to disperse impact on each and every step.
- Support design for severe over-pronators
- Average weight: 266.4 g (9.4 oz)
- Low-profile forefoot and toe-box for lightweight feel
- ABZORBÂ® midfoot cushioning disperses impact
- ACTEVA Lite midsole resists compression and is super lightweight
- Blown rubber sole flexes with the foot
- Synthetic and mesh upper breathes to prevent sweating
Questions and Answers
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" I am over weight and wear the 928.How does this shoe compare with the 928. I would like to have a colorful shoe without losing the benefits. Also, how thick is the heel and the rest of the sole. Ido not want to have a shoe that is lower than the 928. In other words what is the thicknes of the shoe from floor to bottome of the foot. What is that called. It is so important but it is never in the discription. Thank you for your help"
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Question by Mary on 1/24/2015 - 1:07 am
"What you are talking about is the "drop". Your 928s probably have about a 10mm drop. The drop on this shoe is only slightly different at about 12mm."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/27/2015 - 1:36 pm
"I have flat feet, thus an extra wide, but you only have the NB 860 in D with - if I went up 1/2 a size, say from 8 to 8.5 would that be adequate compensation in width? "
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Question by Charlene on 1/29/2015 - 11:42 pm
"You're not going to get that much more width going up a 1/2 size but you will start messing with the overall fit of the shoe. What you can do though is try to lace the shoes differently. You can search the internet on how to lace running shoes and will find multiple charts showing you how you can lace differently to get some extra room in your toe box area. I have done this personally and it works!"
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/30/2015 - 4:10 pm
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