Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Wear Testing: The New Balance 767

Cassie, our novice runner spent several weeks in the 767 supportive cushioning shoe. Like Tom, she wore this shoe over the course of her weekly workout regime. Here is her review on that experience:

It’s no wonder why Runner’s World named the 767 the best update of 2006. This shoe offers excellent transitional support and cushioning, the perfect mix of comfort and mild pronation control.

The 767 is a great choice for a runner who needs more support and technology from their running shoes without a premium price. Your legs and feet will thank you with TS2® Transitional Support for stability and the ABZORB® Strobel Board for a full length of maximum shock absorption and comfort. Exciting new additions to the 767’s are the Ortholite® foam inserts. These inserts not only add comfort with your steps, but they fight odor causing bacteria to keep your shoes clean and ready to wear.

The 767 offers excellent cushioning and support. This shoe is recommended for any runner seeking more support and slight pronation control from a running shoe. The added midfoot support make the 767 a great pick for competitive training.