New Balance M1080 Running Shoes (2E Width) (13 2E US, Silver)

4.4 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews

Size: 13 2E US
Color: Silver
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Product Description

  • ASIN: B006STX3GA
  • Item model number: M860SB2
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 6, 2013
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,791 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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      4.4 out of 5 stars 118 customer reviews
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    Verified Purchase
    Yay! Partial redemption for New Balance with the 1080V2, after blowing it big-time with its predecessor, the 1080 (which we'll call 'V1' to avoid confusion).

    New Balance had a SWEET thing going before the 1080V1, namely the 1060 Series (i.e. NB 1060 through 1064)... which were all more or less awesome shoes. Terrific shock absorption, great fit, very neutral, made in the USA, came in widths. Even usually had a few 'grown up' color schemes. 1060 Series was pretty much EVERYTHING you'd want in a shoe, or close.

    Then New Balance decided to 'fix' what didn't need fixing. Result was the crap-tastic 1080V1.

    The V1 somehow managed to be a neutral cushioning shoe that was neither neutral nor cushioning. The fit was still good, but the shoe's tendency to roll your foot strongly to the outside was ridiculous for an allegedly 'neutral' shoe, and this only got worse with age as the foam broke down. They also felt stiff and downright 'weird'. This was the shoe that sent me back to Nike briefly.

    But Nike screwed the pooch too... the Vomeros I had were superior cushioning-wise, but they were also very high and narrow in the last (i.e. were 'ankle-breakers'), even in their allegedly 'wide' width (I take a 2E). Nike apparently likes to save money by using the same last in different-width shoes, only the uppers get wider, apparently. New Balance, on the other hand, will usually give you a wider last/platform in their wide shoes, as the shoe gods and common sense intended.

    So okay, let's give New B another chance. Will they screw it up twice?

    1080V2 comes out. Cushioning is improved over the 1080, though still not quite back to 1060 Series standard.
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    Size: 8.5 2E USColor: Grey / Green Verified Purchase
    I love New Balance products, so it pains me to give this one three stars. Although it seems to be made well enough...the sides by the outside of the balls of my feet "pooch out" when running or exercising in them.

    I offer that these may be too lightly constructed. However, in all fairness am I a "big boy", so these may work just fine for a smaller, lighter person.

    The fit was great though.
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    Verified Purchase
    I Purchased the 1080 V2 shoes at the same time as New Balance 610s. I intended the 610s for casual wear and the 1080s for running. The 610s crapped out within a month and a half (see my Amazon review). The 1080 V2s are AWESOME! I purchased these for running and they met the challenge. I'm 6'3" 240 lbs, a neutral gait runner. The 1080s fit great, were plenty wide for my super wide feet, were lightweight, and provided great cushioning. Perhaps my most favorite running shoe ever! 5 months in I still love them.
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    Size: 15 2E USColor: Grey / Green Verified Purchase
    I am 260lbs and was looking for a running shoe that will provide me with good support but light weight, this is the shoe I was dreaming of. This is a shoe New Balance said is for a large frame runners and, it holds up to what the reviews say. Also the price was the best i could find off Amazon, thanks for again.

    Terry, Olathe KS
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    Verified Purchase
    I have a really bad back, many back surgeries plus many knee surgeries. After all these surgeries I needed to start wearing better shoes because if anything could help my pain, then I need to get it. 2 years ago I bought Asics Gels, which were the higher end of Asics shoe line. I loved them but when I needed new shoes, I walked into a specialized shoe store and they brought out the works so I can test each brand out. It came down to the New Balances and the Asics Kayano. I end up choosing New Balance and it was a close one . I was surprised because I am use to the New Balances that were 60 bucks and they really are not good shoes at all. The sales person showed me the higher end of New Balance that I didn't know about and I am so happy he did. These shoes are snug on my feet and this is what I like. Other shoes including the Asics were somewhat loose and to me it didn't feel like enough support for my ankles or feet. The sales guy also had me try a pair of soles made by Lynco, it was the 400 and it made a bigger impact. The New Balance' and the Lynco 400 together helped my feet, my knees, and more importantly my lower back. I do a lot of walking each day and I include the stationary bike. At the end of my exercises, I don't have that nagging pain in my calfs, feet, or throbbing pain in the back. My back does get sore but not to the point of where it's killing me and I have to lay down. This is no miracle to fixing my pain, but these shoes help my body so much that I don't second guess spending $124.99 on shoes and that means something. I highly recommend these shoes to runners and walkers and anyone who wants to feel better while on their feet. Enjoy!
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    I've worn these shoes for about one month now, and I like them. I have been transitioning my running form from heel striker to mid-foot striker over the past 12 months. I previously ran with the New Balance 860 series (and 760 before that), which were "stability" shoes. The 1080 have somewhat less cushioning in the heel area. This seems to make the 1080 lighter and flatter, which is better-suited for a mid-foot strike.

    However, the 1080 are definitely NOT ultra-light or minimalist running shoes. Cushioning and support are good and firm all around. If I was still a heel striker, I would prefer my old favorites (the 860), because they have more cushioning and "bounce" in the heel area. The 1080 make running with a mid-foot strike easier and more efficient, compared to my old shoe. But they are not so different that I needed an "adjustment period" before feeling comfortable in the 1080.

    As with most New Balance shoes I have worn, the 1080 were comfortable from day one. The heel is held firmly without tying the shoes too tightly. The material and construction seem to be of high quality. I hope New Balance continues with this design for "Version 3."
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