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New Balance, is dedicated to helping athletes achieve their goals. It's been their mission for more than a century. It's why they don't spend money on celebrity endorsements. They spend it on research and development. It's why they don't design products to fit an image. They design them to fit. New Balance is driven to make the finest shoes for the same reason athletes lace them up: to achieve the very best.
The discontinued New Balance 1012 is a motion control trainer designed with both maximum stability and ultimate cushioning. We combined our Stabilicore™ with N-ergy to form a smooth ride while controlling severe pronation. Colors: Silver + Blue. Made in USA.
Perfect! Wish NB still made this shoe! I am thankful when I find a pair!Published 7 days ago by Judi Hastings
This is my favorite shoe. If you suffer from plantar fasciatis, this shoe works to stabilize your feet as you move. Read morePublished 1 month ago by brightMerry
I love these New Balance sneakers which are probably discontinued by now. Don't know why New Balance keeps changing designs and therefore shoe numbers but these 1012 sneakers are... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dodger
Better later than never for writing a review. I have had these shoes for such a long time and I absolutely LOVE them. They are built so great and are so comfortable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sarah
It seems these have been discontinued by the manufacturer, which is too bad. I did find another style but do miss these.Published 7 months ago by Sharon
Some days these shoes are comfortable, some days the super support in the arch is overwhelming to my foot. Read morePublished 8 months ago by S. Comiskey-Hill
I bought these shoes some time ago, but they are very comfortable and provide great support for someone with extremely flat feet.Published 8 months ago by Angela Medina
I love this shoe with all my running heart. It was the perfect shoe for me - I was able to run marathon after marathon and train for hundreds of pain-free miles. Read morePublished 9 months ago by The Green Girl