new balance 1500 mens silver green

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new balance 1500 mens silver green

Postby ghghyiscdxd » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:47 am


Knowing that this shoe was made to go fast while providing protection for longer distances, I was looking forward to three important elements the new balance 1500 mens silver green had to offer: mild stability, speed, and light cushion. After adding this racing flat to my current marathon training, here are my thoughts.

Once I began running, I found the ride to be smooth and responsive. Thanks to REVLite technology, the midsole had just the right amount of cushioning over longer distances on the roads, while maintaining an agile, low to the ground feel. Weighing in at 6.3 oz, the new balance 1500 womens pink is not the lightest racing flat on the market. The shoe’s higher midsole adds a little extra weight, but don’t assume that this is a slow shoe. It was still easily light enough for racing and provided plenty of bounce back at any pace.

The new balance 1500 black mens is a narrow low-profile performance running shoe with a road racing flat design ideal for distances from 5K up to marathon. The shoes are probably the lightest that I have ever worn weighing in at just over 225g each for my size shoe which is a 10 UK. My previous Asics had a little more padding and were softer on the feet, that also meant they were heavier. You put on the New Balance 1500 and they scream for speed!

The New Balance 1500 is impressing runners who need a supportive shoe for faster runs, races or speedwork. The new balance 1500 flamingo has excellent stability and durability, while still enjoying lightweight flexibility that feels fast. The midsole has a high-density post for better stability. The REVlite midsole is lightweight and responsive. The carbon rubber outsole offers full coverage and amazing grip, so much so you may feel comfortable running on light trails.
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