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New Balance 870v4

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Go ahead and add the extra mile. The new generation of the versatile New Balance 870v4 running shoe delivers lightweight stability and a sleek, secure fit for a smooth transition and a springier feel, making it the go-to choice for longer runs.

New Balance 870v4

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Focus on the ride in the New Balance 870v4 running shoe with REVLite® lightweight midsole stability and ABZORB® crash pad for a smoother transition and a springy feel. Its sleek updated design features a breathable air mesh upper with ghosted underlays for a secure fit and modern look. Add a blown rubber outsole for a lighter and more comfortable ride.
  • 8 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 8 mm drop are approximate
  • Air mesh
  • Blown rubber outsole
  • No-sew material application
  • REVlite midsole foam
  • Synthetic/TPU upper
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    Jun 23, 2016

    Thoroughly disappointed

    - Danbury, CT

    "I absolutely LOVED the 870 v3 and unfortunately have run out of places to purchase them so I'm trying out the 870 V4. So far, I'm disappointed with how large of a change there has been to the shoe line. There is more cushioning, which goes against the original purpose of the shoe that was meant to have reduced cushioning while offering support. The toe box is very wide and forces me to tie the shoe tighter, which doesn't feel great. Additionally, the heel in the back of the shoe is "taller" and puts more strain on my achillies. I understand all shoe companies have new versions of the same shoe, but I don't understand why the drastic change from V3 to V4. Not to mention, most shoe lines are up to V6 which shows that the V3's were very popular and well received so it begs the question, why fix what isn't broken? I love the NB brand (the 1500 V2 are amazing and I would train in them if my ankle could handle it) but I am thoroughly disappointed in the 870 V4"

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