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New Balance Women's 711 Training Shoe

$54.97 $79.99*
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New Balance Women's 711 Training Shoe - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Bringing order to your life, the New Balance® 711 training shoe allows you to complete your workout and get back to daily activity in comfort. A rolled collar reduces irritation around the ankle, while the heather material envelopes your foot with a great fit. This versatile shoe features new CUSH+ foam compound in the midsole, flex grooves in the forefoot and thin overlays on the upper for exceptional responsiveness and feel.
FEATURES:

  • 360°'s of comfort with great styling
  • Heather upper materials are soft and comfortable
  • Rolled collar for comfort around the ankle
  • Thin film overlays allow a natural flex in the upper
  • CUSH+ foam compound midsole offers cushioning and impact protection
  • Visible forefoot flex grooves promote a natural foot flex
  • Heel crash pad absorbs impact at initial contact
  • PW-3 last has a standard fit with a lower instep height
  • Heel-toe drop: 8mm
  • Style: WX711WM
  • New Balance
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 30833546

Customer Reviews:

New Balance Women's 711 Training Shoe 5 5 1 1
Plantar Fasciitis Fantastic shoe! I've been suffering from Plantar Fasciitis for 2 years! These shoes always felt GREAT on me. It could be a coincidence, but my Fasciitis is getting better. I have been wearing these shoes almost every day. Definitely worth trying them. I did NOT put any different orthotics in...FYI. November 5, 2014
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