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Step up to next-level comfort with the 623v3 Training Shoes from New Balance. These cushioned shoes keep active feet happy with an impressive blend of supportive technology and athletic style. ABZORB cushioning in the midsole of these comfortable training shoes keeps you moving forward by helping to prevent the discomfort and damage of daily impacts with a combination of cushioning and compression resistance. An EVA foam footbed and lightweight injection-molded EVA foam midsole provide firm yet flexible cushioning for a soft and supportive underfoot feel. Reinforced collar foam offers additional comfort that’s suitable for all-day wear. To help keep your workouts on steady ground, these trainers are constructed with an internal midsole shank designed to add midfoot structure and support with every step. Work out with confidence on indoor surfaces, thanks to the non-marking outsole on this versatile performance shoe. Or, take your show on the road knowing the water-resistant leather uppers of these trainers have you covered even when the weather isn’t cooperating. Built for style as well as substance, these New Balance training shoes stand out with an athletic-looking upper, classic New Balance branding and a secure lace-up closure.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer:No
Product Dimensions:12.3 x 5 x 9.5 inches; 13.4 Ounces
Item model number:MX623AB3
Date First Available:September 26, 2015
Manufacturer:New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
Next-Level Comfort: The 623v3 training shoe from New Balance treats your feet to all-day comfort with a firm yet flexible injection-molded EVA foam midsole and cushioned EVA foam footbed
Athletic Design: Move with style in the 623v3 New Balance training shoes. The 623v3 has an athletic look that builds upon the previous models’ features of breathability, versatility and durability
Reliable Impact Resistance: ABZORB cushioning in the midsole of these comfortable training shoes helps to absorb impacts through a combination of cushioning and compression resistance