New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v3 Running Shoe - Women's

New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v3 Running Shoe - Women's
New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v3 Running Shoe - Women's
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Fresh Foam Zante v3 Running Shoe - Women's by New Balance
A follow-up to the award-winning original, the New Balance Women's Fresh Foam Zante V3 Running Shoe serves up a super-fast feel without sacrificing cushioning. Third in the royal lineup, the Fresh Foam Zante is even more breathable than the first or second for extra comfort when the heat is on, thanks to a tweaked mesh upper. The innovative Fresh Foam midsole cushions your feet no matter where you strike on your step and yields an incredibly smooth heel-to-toe transition with every stride. A springy feel in the toes gives the shoes a fast feel, while the unique, single-piece blown rubber sole makes for a light and nimble running sensation. Bootie construction provides a sock-like fit and eliminates blister-producing hot spots with the no-sew support leaving your feet feeling fresh after every run.

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