Wednesday, May 7, 2008

New Balance 903 - Runner's World Editor's Choice June 2008

New Balance 902 wearers, get ready for the next generation.

The 903 was just named Runner's World Editor's Choice for June 2008. The combination of a lighter ride and supportive fit make this style a great pick for performance runners looking for more.

28 Grams lighter than its predecessor, the 903 is any runner's dream. An excellent pick for racing or training, the 903 offers some pronation control with the TS2® Transitional Support System; so if you need a little extra support or stability on your feet, you will be covered.

If you're in the market to step up from the 902 or just looking for a lightweight, flexible yet supportive running shoe, try on the New Balance 903. And if you've taken a long run in the 903's, let us hear about it. We want to know!


--Cassie

2 comments:

Wayne's Running Blog said...

The New Balance 903 deserves all the awards possible! Several weeks ago, I purchased the shoe as a replacement for the 826.

I've used the 903 in the Bay To Breakers 12K and a local 5K run here in San Francisco. The 903 is the best lightweight shoe that I've seen in the five years working at the New Balance Concept Store. - Wayne - San Framcisco

Anonymous said...

This shoe, although great for some, needs to be recommended to you by somebody you knows what they are talking about. I also have recently trained and ran a 1/2 marathon, but not in this shoe. Although I tried it and it gave me shin splints, the perfect shoe for me was the MR1062. This is a much more cushioned shoe, both in the heel and the ball of the foot. My advice, if you are active at all,is to go to a NB concept store and get measured. Also, make sure they look at your foot to see how much stabilty and, or cushioning you need. Kinsey in Columbus, OH