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About New Balance
New Balance began as a Boston-based arch support company in the early 1900s, developed into a specialized manufacturer of shoes in the 1970s, and has grown to become a leading global athletic products company. Today New Balance is a family of brands including New Balance, Dunham, PF Flyers, Aravon, Warrior and Brine.
Since the days of selling arch supports to police officers and waiters, New Balance has been a brand concerned with meeting the needs of the everyday athlete. In pursuing this goal, they developed an "Endorsed By No One" philosophy, which holds that a superior product will sell itself better than any superstar athlete ever could. Part of producing New Balance shoes and athletic clothing is manufacturing it to fit all widths and sizes, because a better fit produces better performance.
To ensure the best fitting, best performing shoes and clothes, New Balance focuses on improving their technology and production methods. A big part of that is maintaining five manufacturing facilities here in the United States where they continue to produce New Balance shoes and apparel that meet the standards they've employed for 100 years. They have also remained committed to a core set of values that include integrity, teamwork and total customer satisfaction.
New Balance Reviews
Apr 22, 2014
from Atlanta, GA
I came from the auto industry and had the same cat urine problem in cars from japan. The glue used on interior trim was fish based and with high temperature and humidity it smelled of urine. we actually recalled the cars and changed glue type.
Apr 22, 2014
from Redondo Beach, California
I purchased the white/pink and it is stunning. It's so beautiful that I make sure to wipe it down after every workout to keep it beautiful! I have received countless compliments. I use them for CrossFit - and they're perfect. So light and flexible. They fit 100% true to size - I am usually a size 9, but size 10 in running shoes - definitely a size 9 in these (still plenty of room to wear socks). Know that you are getting minimus shoes that have minimal support and are meant to train you very differently than traditional running shoes. Obsessed!
Apr 22, 2014
I think these would be great on most people. I have very skinny legs, so the compression is nonexistent for me. I do like the concept and wish they made a size for skinny legs.