Fresh Foam Beacon v2 Running Shoe - Men's by New Balance
With the New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon v2 Running Shoe, one of the most celebrated shoes of the 2018 season returns to give you the same cushioned ride and everyday comfort as its predecessor, but with a more breathable upper and a little bit more style to spice up your daily training runs. The engineered mesh fabric has been optimized to drain water more quickly and breathe better in warm weather, while a tall Achilles tab now helps you slide your shoes on, but stays out of the way as you run. Elsewhere, this lightweight, versatile, and comfortably cushioned shoe stays mostly the same, giving you the same smooth ride that you loved in the Beacon v1 as you pound out long weekend runs and speedy pre-work neighborhood laps. Ground Contact Fresh Foam technology delivers an ideal balance between soft and firm cushioning, and helps shave weight by replacing the outsole/midsole design with a single compound. This way, the midsole foam comes in direct contact to the ground to eliminate the need for a bulky rubber bottom layer. The special foam is durable enough to withstand daily contact with the pavement, and features rubber pods in strategic areas to give you more durability and traction where it's most needed.
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