Have you ever gone out for a jog and came back with ankles, shins and feet that feel tender to the touch? If so, the women’s New Balance W1260V3 may be the medicine to cure all of your running pains.
You might not realize that the shoes you wear can make all the difference in how you are going to feel after running. Instead of feeling constant pain and discomfort, you want to envelope your feet in comfort with the amazing pair of kicks from New Balance.
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Not only does the W1260V3 feel superb, but they look absolutely stunning. Not only will your feet feel good, but they will look good as well. Whenever you are on the go and churning that extra mile out, your feet will be supported in comfort with the sneaks from New Balance. Feel confident in your purchase when you choose to incorporate these athletic shoes into your fitness routine.
If you are a mild pronator, you will love the benefits that come with these shoes. The smallest amount of pronation can be corrected when you wear shoes that understand the differences in feet. New Balance addresses this issue by adding their TPU support shank in the midfoot, to further help women who need some added arch support.
Not every shoe is created equal, which is why it is so important to choose one that complements your foot type. Ladies who are severe over-pronators are going to find this shoe uncomfortable because it lacks enough arch support, so opting for something else like the W587 or the highly popular W1540 is ideal.
Do your feet ever feel irritated after wearing certain types of shoes? If so, the no-sew welded seams in this model can help to reduce the level of irritation in your forefoot after heading out for a jog. It’s time to enjoy running, instead of dreading it.
I don’t know about you, but it doesn’t seem like any woman wants a shoe that feels heavy and clunky. Thanks to the lightweight technology packed into the Women’s 1260v3, you don’t have to. It boasts an ACTEVA LITE midsole foam that delivers optimal compression resistance that is 24% lighter than other foams on the market today. Now, that’s what it’s all about in a running shoe. I want to be able to move and fly through the trails, and not be weighed down by my shoes.
Arch support is a major concern for many runners. As a mild over-pronator, I wanted a shoe that felt comfortable and provided me with the stability I needed. If this sounds like you, the lightweight, flexible midfoot shank provides you with an enhanced degree of torsional stability and amazing arch support. Stability is important when running, especially to prevent any undue injuries from occurring.
Don’t just take my word for it on how amazing this shoe is. It was awarded the Outside Magazine 2014 Gear of the Year Award. If that doesn’t tell you this shoe rocks, I don’t know what will.
Make sure and check out the array of color choices to find one that is going to work the best for your wardrobe. They come in your choice of blue/pink, silver/red, silver/yellow, teal/lime green and white/blue. Unleash your feminine side as you pound the pavement in one of the flirty colors for the New Balance W1260V3.
If this doesn’t sound like the perfect shoe for your specific workout regimen, you may want to consider a few other options that New Balance has to offer. One of the most popular shoes for women who need ample medial support is the W587. Take a look at all of the positive reviews from fellow runners.
Do you plan on taking your exercise off-road? The WT810V3 trail running shoe from New Balance will provide you with the added traction you need. Remember, it doesn’t have a great deal of pronation support, so take that into consideration when making your purchase.