- New Balance MR749 Trail Shoes - AW12
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New Balance MR749 Trail Shoes - AW12
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Great for long distance runners in search of mild stability control, the 749 features Abzorb® cushioning in both the heel and forefoot and a medial post for pronation control.
Top Features of the New Balance MR749 Trail Shoes - AW12
- Medial post located on inside edge of shoe to help prevent overpronation
- Abzorb® SBS in both heel and forefoot provides 5-10% more effective cushioning than original Abzorb®
- Blown rubber forefoot for lightweight cushioning
- Synthetic/mesh upper provides lightweight comfort and support
- Ndurance® rubber compound for maximum outsole durability
- ACTEVA™ LITE premium midsole provides optimal resistance to compression set - 24% lighter than standard foam
- N-LOCK® external support system ensures shoe is pulled snugly around your midfoot
|New Balance Technology|
|Technology||What it does|
|Durability - Rubber compound for maximum durability in high wear areas of the heel.|
|Fit - Integrated lacing and webbing system that provides optimal fit, support and security for the midfoot|
|Stability - Optimal arch support that's both rigid and lightweight while preventing midfoot flex|
|Lightweight - 12% lighter than ACTEVA and 24% lighter than C-Cap|
About the New Balance brand
During the 20th century in Boston, Massachusetts William J. Riley, committed himself to helping people with problem feet by making arch supports and prescription footwear to improve shoe fit. In 1934, Mr. Riley went into partnership with his leading salesman, Arthur Hall, who later sold on the business in 1954 to his daughter and son-in-law, Eleanor and Paul Kidd. Arch supports and prescription footwear remained the cornerstone of their business until 1961 when they manufactured The Trackster, the world's first performance running shoe made with a ripple sole and available in multiple widths. The Trackster soon became the shoe of choice for college running coaches and YMCA fitness directors. When Jim Davis bought the company from the Kidds on the day of the Boston Marathon in 1972, he committed himself to uphold the company's founding values of fit, performance, and manufacturing. When Anne Davis began her journey with New Balance in 1978, her focus became building a superior culture for NB associates and those who do business with the company around the globe.
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