Fresh Foam Beacon v2 Running Shoe - Women's by New Balance
If you're looking for a smooth and lightweight ride on all of your daily runs--from speedy workouts to longer weekend jaunts--look no further than the New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon v2 Running Shoe. One of the most well reviewed shoes of the 2018 season, the Beacon is back with an updated upper and sleeker overall look. The upper is now more breathable in warm weather and drains more easily when you're running in the rain, while the sleek Achilles tab makes it easy to pull on and head out the door in a flash. The rest of the shoe remains essentially the same as the much beloved original Beacon, with a Fresh Foam midsole delivering a smooth, cushioned ride that strikes an ideal balance between super soft and firm. Coming in at less than 7 ounces, this shoe uses a weight-saving Ground Contact midsole design, which places the durable midsole foam in direct contact with the ground, eliminating the need for an extra layer of rubber and giving you similar levels of durability and traction. This unique outsole features rubber pods in key, high-wear areas for greater durability, ensuring that you can keep putting in the work mile after mile after mile.
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