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New Balance Men's 786 Tennis Shoe

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Product Information:

Give it your all while you wear the New Balance® 786 tennis shoe. This cushion tennis shoe from New Balance includes a long-wear drag tip and lateral forefoot overlays, improving durability and stability where you need it most. Abzorb midsole foam combines with a stability web in the midfoot to soften and support harsh landings during competitive play. Herringbone traction, non-marking rubber outsole is perfect for all-court types.

  • Leather upper offers support and durability
  • Long-wear drag tip reduces wear and tear during toe-drag
  • C-Cap® delivers midsole cushioning and flexibility
  • ABZORB® foam in the midfoot blends cushioning and responsiveness for comfort
  • Stability Web supports arch and prevents midfoot flex
  • Non-marking outsole with herringbone traction for excellent traction
  • Ndurance® rubber used in high-wear areas for exceptional durability
  • Heel-toe drop: 10mm
  • Weight: 12.9 oz
  • Style: MC786WND
  • New Balance
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 30833376

Customer Reviews:

New Balance Men's 786 Tennis Shoe 5 5 1 1
New Balance Continues a Great Line of Tennis Shoes I am retired and I play tennis 4 to 5 times per week. I have used New Balance shoes for many years. They accommodate my wide foot and the give me the support and comfort I need on the court. December 15, 2014
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