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New Balance Fresh Foam More V2

New Balance Fresh Foam More V2

Whether you are searching for a lightweight daily trainer or you want some fancy, really great-looking running shoes, New Balance Fresh Foam More V2 offers both of these qualities. A model from 2020 which is meant to be great for long distances especially. Well, we had it for a couple of weeks for around 100 miles and it partially met our expectations. Why not completely, you may get to know in our short summary about this new version of New…

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New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v11 Review

New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v11 Review

Released in 2021 I took a brief look at the newly released running shoes New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v11 and tested the man’s version on the total of 50 miles. I am a middleweight runner and I run normally approximately 4-5 times a week. As a matter of fact I used to run in New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v9, I can easily compare these new shoes to the older version and hopefully, I can better outline for you whether to…

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New Balance Fresh Foam Tempo Review

New Balance Fresh Foam Tempo Review

A low profile running shoes, shining with bright reflective colors all around. That´s the first impression that you definitely get from this New Balance Fresh Foam Tempo. The upper turned out to be really stylish. When you take a look and compare it with for example Nike models, this shoe is much more outstanding. When it’s shiny outside, the colors are so eccentric that you can cannot hide almost anywhere. I tested it for a night run and it definitely…

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New Balance Fresh Foam Roav Review

New Balance Fresh Foam Roav Review

New Balance Fresh Foam Roav is an easy going running shoe that will take you on long runs with all the easiness that you may ever imagine. That it doesn’t have any disadvantages? Opposite is the truth, of course. All running shoes have their strong and weak points and we are gonna take a look at testing of these New Balance Fresh Foam Roav now together in a few lines below.  What surprised me Before I start, I need to…

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