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New Balance Men's MR759SR Running Shoes
 



New Balance Men's MR759SR Running Shoes
List Price: $94.99
Our Price: $44.96
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Model Year: 2010

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 4004061311010


  

  

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Description Technical Specs
 
The New Balance Men's MR759 Running Shoes are a neutral trainer that provides a responsive, cushioned ride. This men's running shoe features a synthetic and breathable mesh upper with dual-density collar foam and a full-length ABZORB® strobel board. The Acteva® Lite midsole with Stability Web® to provide a lightweight, supportive, well-cushioned ride. The Ndurance® outsole of the New Balance 759 running shoe offers reliable traction on a variety of surfaces. Perfect for a runner with a neutral gait, this shoe is packed with premium features.

Note: This product comes NEW and in un-used condition, but, may not come in the original manufacturers packaging.

Features


  • Water-Resistant Synthetic/Mesh Upper helps keep feet dry
  • Stability Web® delivers midfoot support and reduces the weight of the shoe
  • Reflective detailing enhances your visibility
  • N-ergy® in the heel provides NB's most advanced shock absorption and cushioning
  • Ndurance® rubber compound for maximum outsole durability
  • Dual Density Collar uses both a softer density foam against the foot for cushioning, and a firmer density foam for support
  • ACTEVA™ LITE premium lightweight midsole provides optimal resistance to compression set - 24% lighter than standard foam
  • ABZORB® Strobel Board runs full length of shoe to maximize shock absorption and comfort
  • Assembled in the USA


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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unbelievable deal shoes are awesome April 27, 2012
Reviewer: nate from canyon lake, CA  
great cushioning running shoe

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