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Support is a spectrum that ranges from neutral shoes, which support the natural motion of the foot, to dedicated stability models, which feature motion-control technology that guides the wearer's stride. Stability shoes are often favored by overpronating runners. A shoe's "drop" is the height difference from the heel of the shoe to the forefoot. Shoes with a higher drop tend to be favored by runners who land heel-first. Lower drops are often favored by forefoot or midfoot strikers.
Due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to drop heights are approximate.
The material that absorbs the impact of the wearer's foot against the ground. Cushioning may vary in overall amount, density, and firmness. Generally, the more cushioning utilized, the "softer" a shoe will feel underfoot.
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Men’s Running Shoes

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Men’s Running Trainers: The Range

New Balance men’s running shoes are renowned for their sleek designs, lightweight materials and supreme cushioning. For something better suited to long-distance running, opt for the 880, which features a breathable mesh FantomFit upper with a no-sew overlay engineered for ultra-light support.

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We’re known for producing some of the best men’s running shoes in the world, as well as our clean-cut designs and culturally significant history. We began over a century ago in 1906, and we are continuing to take the running world by storm. We’ve gone on to innovate the world of running and training with our technologically advanced performance shoes, which are all crafted with exceptional attention to detail and worn by some of the world’s best athletes. Are you a beginning runner? Read now our article about a Pacing chart for running.