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New Balance Women's 1690v1 Running Shoe

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Product Information:

Leave no hill un-traveled while you wear the New Balance® Women's 1690 running shoe. Built with a breathable mesh upper and a no-sew application, the 1690 takes breathability and lightweight to a new level. An Ionix outsole uses a pod-design with lugged rubber for all-terrain traction and comfort for many running conditions. Being part of the minimus line, you know you are getting the barefoot feel with excellent protection.

  • Shoe type: Neutral
  • Breathable air mesh with no-sew material application for breathability
  • EVA insert improves in-shoe comfort
  • REVlite® midsole foam is lightweight, responsive and offers impact protection
  • Ionix lugged rubber outsole offers all-terrain traction and durability
  • Heel-toe drop: 4mm
  • Weight: 7.6 oz.
  • Style: W1690BG1
  • New Balance
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 22340286

Customer Reviews:

New Balance Women's 1690v1 Running Shoe 3.3 5 3 3
Comfy with great traction Love these tennis shoes. I can forgo the sox. The material allows air to pass through. Great traction on the hiking trails. Comfortable fit. August 7, 2014
Sneakers I returned these because they hurt just my right foot! Not sure but I think it was the little rubber treads only able to run about 30 min on the treadmill and then the pain would start did not want to try them outside and get stuck having to walk home in pain 2 miles away from home! January 28, 2014
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