New Balance 910v3 Running Shoe - Women's

New Balance 910v3 Running Shoe - Women's
New Balance 910v3 Running Shoe - Women's
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910v3 Running Shoe - Women's by New Balance
You've been dabbling in a bit of trail running lately, but between your hiking shoes and road kicks, nothing's really felt right with your feet thus far. If you've got a higher instep and a gentle V-shape to your foot, the New Balance 910v3 will give you a fit and feel somewhere in the middle of stiff hiking shoe and soft road shoe, with enough traction to keep you dicing confidently through root-laced descents. The shoes' airy, nearly seamless uppers feature subtle overlays and follow a streamlined fit, and they sit atop a healthy platform of cushioning designed to absorb shock on stretches of smooth hardpack. Underneath, a sticky rubber outsole and capable tread give you the traction you need to tackle rocky ascents without feeling overwhelmed by rigid lugs.

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