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New Balance 711 Lightweight Training Shoe - Womens

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Product Details
Item # 292597
UPC # 888098101034

Don't be afraid to work up a sweat in the lightweight women's 711 cross training shoe from New Balance! This lace-up offers 360º comfort technology and is perfect for the gym or all day wear.

  • Breathable mesh upper with fused synthetic overlays for lightweight support and a no-sew feel
  • Lace-up closure
  • Heel pull tab for easy on/off
  • Heel crash pad
  • Lightly padded collar and tongue for comfort
  • Fabric and breathable mesh lining
  • Cushioned footbed
  • Cush+™ midsole technology provides lightweight, responsive cushioning
  • Textured rubber outsole pods provide durability and traction
  • Deep horizontal flex grooves allow for enhanced flexibility and a smoother stride
  • 8 mm drop from heel to toe
  • Weight: 6.4 oz. (women's size 7)
  • Imported
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3.1 out of 5
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Not Comfy
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Very Comfy

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By:  NoName96
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( 5 out of 5 )
By:  golfgal258
Location:  chicago
September 28, 2015
extra cushy
"I have wide feet and the toebox in these shoes is perfect for me! They are very light and cushiony, but also supportive. The contrasting color is a very hot pink/red, but not conspicuous."
Overall Product Rating: 
( 5 out of 5 )
By:  Yisheer
Location:  VA
July 24, 2015
Good shoes.
"This one works very well for me. The shape, the color is perfect for me. And after all, it is so light."
Overall Product Rating: 
( 2 out of 5 )
By:  Marimar60630
Location:  Chicago
February 24, 2015
no cushioning
"I wore these twice for my workout class and it felt like I was barefoot when doing jumping jacks. They look great but would be functional is there was more cushioning in the sole. I think think I would call these a cross-training, they would be great for walking."
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