A superior blend of foam cushioning and compression set, featuring rubber.
93% of reviewers recommend this product
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Dec 13, 2016
Rich - Mount Vernon, IN
"The 840v3 is a comfortable shoe. It's got a wide toe box. I've got a wide foot and the normal width in these fits perfect. My only complaint is that part of the no sew material started separating from the mesh after wearing them a few times. I don't think that's acceptable for a pair of $120 shoes."
Nov 12, 2016
Sigma7 - Dallas, Tx
"Very comfortable with lots of cushioning. I work retail and have to stand and walk 8 hours per day and this shoe feels great after all day working."
Oct 27, 2016
Benjamin Landa - New York
"Very good staff and helpful in finding the right fit. Good looking sneakers too!!"
Oct 17, 2016
Keith1 - birmingham, michigan
"This is my first pair of 840. I typically run in 1080s, but those have gotten very expensive. The 840s are stiff, but seems to be a bit more versatle, wider, and there is a bit fore support for trail running. I plan on buying another pair."
Sep 17, 2016
Ct yankee - Putnam ct
"Needs a wide shoe for orthodics and was not dissapointed, great fit and comfort"
Jul 23, 2016
Pete - Ladera Ranch, CA
"Nice shoe. Good cushioning. Somewhat tight fit if using New Balance cushion insole."
Jul 8, 2016
Joeb - Fort Worth
"A great all-around shoe. It runs a bit wide in the toe box which is good. I liked my first pair so much I ordered a second pair. But there is a design problem that could be easily fixed by NB and can be corrected by you. Unlike other NB shoes, this model has an elastic band at the end of the tongue that connects the tongue with the shoe. Even if you stretch the tongue when putting them on within just a few minutes of movement the tongue bunches up over the top were your toes begin. Uncomfortable. The fix: After you finish lacing to the second loop eyelet from the top take the laces and run them through the mid-tongue lace loop and then run them up through the very last loop eyelets at the top of the shoe. This will keep the tongue stretched and in place. And the laces are long enought on this model to allow this extra lacing. So I ask: Why couldn't NB design the tongue of the shoe like the new 990V4? It's got the tongue lace loop at the very top of the tongue which would prevent this bunching problem. I hope NB is reading this advice. Anyway, the 840s are great shoes. Hope this advice helps."
Jun 9, 2016
Richard Evans - Cape Canaveral, FL 32920, USA
"Terrific foot support, my feet feel great after several miles."
Jun 5, 2016
RICHARD RYE - Dallas, TX, USA
"Provides great support, comfort, and cushioning for a big guy. Orthotics fit well. Highly recommended for those big guys that have a hard time finding a good sturdy shoe."
May 23, 2016
John Wolfrom - Greenville, SC, USA
"I love my new New Balance running shoes. They provide great support for my feet and are comfortable and light. The look is stylish and I'm enjoying running again."
May 19, 2016
Dan Connors - Boston, MA, USA
"Length was longer than prior 840. Quality fair, not the usual high standards I expect. Ex: the "N" was glued on not sown on. Felt my big toe would pop thru the top. Never had that problem with older version. forget the foreign made parts unless you supervise the products better."
Apr 22, 2016
matt - SC
"Fit is the essential reason I purchase New Balance. This is too tight a fit, despite being the 'correct' size and last."
Apr 6, 2016
marc lowenthal - Burbank, CA, USA
"Normally I love the 840 brand, but this version was a tad frustrating for me. I wear a 7 4E and the toe box felt tighter than previous models, so I returned the shoe. I'm now looking at other models for a replacement"
Apr 1, 2016
Ronald Bergen - Scranton, PA, USA
"I like the design of the sneaker and the color combination.the shoe has a good sole and grips the ground excellent. The sole is padded nicely and very comfortable."
Feb 29, 2016
Thomas Williams - Tempe, AZ, USA
"Put no value in New Balance's widths. Per doctor's orders I needed to start wearing wider shoes. As instructed by various websites, I traced my feet very carefully and looked up my width on several different charts. According to my length, my width should be "E". New Balance doesn't have 'E", but only "EE". I ordered two pairs of shoes that I really liked how they looked, and one pair of 840's on the recommendation of a friend who already had them. I ordered all three pairs in 12 EE. "EE" should have been big on me. However, the 840's just fit and I could barely even get my feet into the other two pairs! I like New Balance and have worn only New Balance for a long time. Returns are easy. They are a very reputable company. However, be aware that their widths will not tell you anything."