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New Balance Women's WT1010 Trail Shoe

Item # 452500
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Key Features

  • Lightweight synthetic/mesh upper for great support

  • REVlite midsole foam delivers a lightweight ride

  • Rock Stop keeps feet safe from shock/rocks

  • Rugged Vibram outsole for maximum surface contact

  • NL-1 last features a 4mm heel-to-toe drop

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Shoe Size:   Select Shoe Size

  • 9.5

Shoe Width:   Select Shoe Width

  • M
  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
Our Price   $109.99
Sale Price  $59.92

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Product Description
new_balance This highly responsive lightweight trainer is built for the off-road runner seeking exceptional cushioning and ground contact. The lightweight synthetic/mesh upper provides incredible support for long-lasting comfort. Innovative REVlite midsole foam material offers a lightweight ride without minimizing construction or sacrificing underfoot cushioning or stability. An über-flexible Rock Stop protective layer keeps your feet safe from rocks and shock by minimizing pressure and dispersing shock energy. The rugged Vibram outsole ensures maximum surface contact and reliable multidirectional traction. Debris-free construction eliminates waste, preserving raw materials and providing an environmentally preferred manufacturing solution. The NL-1 last features a 4mm heel-to-toe drop and is designed to mimic the natural shape of the foot, providing a more fitted feel that is similar to a comfortable sock. Medium width. Imported.
Recommended Usage Trail Running, Road Running, Walking
Waterproof No
Insulation None
Height Ankle
Weight (pair) 11.8 oz.
Closure Lace-Up

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