Women's Running Shoes

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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. 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.
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Women's Running Shoes

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Running trainers for Women: The Range

Whichever kind of running you prefer, we’ve got all bases covered. Some of our most notable silhouettes include the Fresh Foam Collection, but the collection is vast and regularly updated with brand new models. All trainers benefit from our advanced running shoe technology systems, such as our innovative REVlite midsoles, Fresh Foam midsoles and NB Memory Sole Comfort inserts. Whichever model you choose, you’ll know you’re benefitting from a shoe that’s been crafted with precision to meet the needs of the track, treadmill or trail.

One of our most recognised running trainer silhouettes is the 860v13 – favoured by athletes, it’s renowned for its combination of cushioning, stability and clean-cut style. Or for a shoe better suited to speed running, opt for the Fresh Foam x 1080, a track-inspired sneaker featuring a sleek outer with an impressive toe-spring to cushion your ride.

New Balance Running Shoes: The History

New Balance has a rich heritage in the world of running, dating back to the 1960s when we produced the first ever running shoe with a ripple sole. From there, we produced model after model, always innovating and introducing new technology to take our running trainers to the next level. Today our running shoe production shows no sign of slowing down, with many styles being the preferred choice for medal-winning athletes. Why choose lightweight running shoes? Read more about Lightweight running shoes.