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Hit the track in comfort with this performance running shoe from New Balance. The M1080 delivers excellence with a breathable mesh upper for flexibility and increased air flow. Beneath, a grippy rubber sole grabs the track and helps you get the most of your workout.
Built for maximum cushioning, performance fit and flexibility Miles are no match for NB's premier neutral running shoe! This update to the popular 1064 sports a modernised, streamlined upper and plentiful N-ergy cushioning! Built for maximum comfort, performance fit and flexibility, you can count on the 1080's ultimate soft ride and smooth transition from heel to toe to make the most of every run.See all Product Description
very good shoe, excelent to run , excelent cushioning that improve desplacement while you are running.
I typically buy New Balance shoes because I need the wider widths, and they typically serve me well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Argent
I am a medium distance runner who supinates. I have tried other brands, but none could match the New Balance M1080. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MA
I've owned other New Balance running shoes and I contacted New Balance to find a replacement to what I'd had. This model was way too stiff and hurt my feet.Published 5 months ago by Bradley W. Barton
Doesnt last long and the tongue of the shoe isn't secure. I won't buy another pair but Its not terrible and they are light.Published 5 months ago by Jason
I like what I like.
I go through about a pair a year. They're generally in better shape at that time than average. Comfortable and lightweight and I like the styling.
My husband thought they would be to large but after trying them he really likes the shoe and the fit. Red is not his favorite color but it was all that was available in that shoe. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Connie Schauer
I finally found a running shoe that I like and then they discontinued it. It holds up good, I have 3 pair and rotate them daily after 3-6 mile runs.Published 6 months ago by Pikey
I average 35 to 45 miles per week and rotate through 3 pair of sneakers every 4 months. I use for pure running but also use for strength training mixed with running on treadmill. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steve in Massachusetts
Nice shoe. Fits well for my wide feet. Very light. I use my inserts inside and there is room for them.Published 7 months ago by Louie Kaufman