Men's Walking Shoes


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Men's Walking Shoes

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Our Best Walking Shoes for Men

New Balance is proud to offer the ultimate solution for walking comfort - mindfully crafted fitness-oriented shoes designed to cushion, balance, and protect with every step. With high-quality features like premium support, cushioned midsoles, multi-directional rubber outsoles for traction (and so much more), there’s an ideal, perfect fit out there for every man and every finish line. New Balance shoes come in a variety of sizes, styles, widths and colors. Our narrow and wide walking shoes are designed to cradle your heels, cushion your feet, and help increase underfoot comfort. You’ll never want to take these comfortable walking shoes off.

Athletic Walking Shoes In Leather, Suede And Synthetic

New Balance walking shoes are about more than just function – they’re unique, stylish, and adaptable for everyday life. From shoes for standing in an office to hiking shoes to walk on your favorite trail, New Balance sneakers are fresh, functional and fashionable. Materials like leather and suede grant you modern options that are perfect for workdays, where synthetic sport style options are perfect for a walk outdoors. While you’re gearing up for your next venture, browse the collection of men’s jackets and vests to stay comfortable year-round.

What are the best walking shoes for heel pain?

Picking the right walking shoe to combat heel pain often means paying attention to factors like arch support, insole cushioning and especially heel construction. If you deal with heel pain, seek a shoe that offers rigidity in the midfoot shank and a higher offset from the heel to toe to better absorb shock.

How often should you replace your walking shoes?

The rate you replace your walking shoes will depend on your personal use, but it’s a good idea to replace them every 300-500 miles or every 6-months to a year—whichever comes first. When your shoes’ foam no longer adequately recover from compression and the walking shoe begins to feel uncomfortable, it’s time to replace them.

What are the best walking shoes for those with flat feet?

The best walking shoes for those with flat feet will ultimately depend on what the user feels is most comfortable. If you’re dealing with tendons that collapse during your gait ,consider shoes with very corrective features and maximum stability. For some, this style could make pain worse—look for a shoe that is straight-lasted, provides inherent stability, and offers support without being overly corrective.

How do you choose the right walking shoe?

Picking the right walking shoe for you is a personal choice that you should base on comfort, durability, aesthetics and if applicable, price. The right type of walking shoe will offer the wearer a comfortable fit, adequate cushion, and supportive stability. Ultimately, first identifying your foot type is the first step toward finding the right walking shoe.

What’s the difference between a running shoe and a walking shoe?

Walking shoes are designed to help support, cushion and protect your feet for lower impact activities like walking. Typically, they are designed to be more flexible and have enough bend to cushion your steps without being too rigid. Running shoes are often designed to be lighter weight, aerodynamic and constructed with a unique cushion that supports your feet and ankles during high-impact activities like running.

What’s the difference between overpronation and supination?

Overpronation of the foot means that your foot tends to roll inward when you walk, run or move, often putting the majority of your weight on the inside of your foot. Supination, also known as underpronation, means that you typically roll your foot to the outer edge when you walk, run, or move, putting the majority of your weight on the outside of your foot.