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- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- Cross-training shoe with suede upper featuring injection-molded EVA midsole and non-marking outsole
- Abzorb heel
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For the sportsman consumer seeking all day comfort in a durable athletic silhouette, the 623v3 builds upon the predecessors features of breathability, versatility and durability, but increases the all-day comfort through a larger absorb heel capsule, reinforced collar foam and an eva footbed.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07GLHFS76
- Item model number: MX623OD3
- Date first listed on Amazon: October 17, 2014
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Like most Amazon shoppers, I count on honest, unbiased reviews. I hope you have found this review helpful in making your purchase decision.
I don't know the version of my old pair, but I know I have had the old pair for at least 3 years (as I bought 2 pair at the time), but one identifier of the older pair was the "623" is in an oval on the heel (white numbers on a navy background) -if this helps any aficionados do a comparison. Whatever the case, I am impressed enough to order at least one more pair to set aside for later.
1.) This "New Balance Men's 623v3" training shoe is extremely fragile. Case in point, I was playing with a puppy and it landed on my shoe and tore a some of the stitching out. The puppies claws were recently trimmed. The shoe was brand new when this all took place and I had only been wearing them for a few hours after opening the box they came in. In short, the sued or nubuck this shoe is made out of seems thin or more thin than other New Balance shoes I've owned.
2.) The stitching is double stitch only and not the triple stitching that gives more expensive shoes some extra durability. I don't expect these shoes to last very long.
3.) The arch support just isn't there if you have really high arches.
1.) Lots if not most athletic shoes these days seem to have lots of decorative holes or are made from some impossible to waterproof mesh material. I guess thats great if you only go outside when its sunny, or only exercise indoors, but for the rest of us (especially those of us who live in rainier climates) those kinds of shoes are ridiculous. In short, this shoe has no decorative holes, and is not made from any mesh type material so it can take after market waterproofing.
2.) New Balance is one of the only brands in the world that make shoes for wide feet. If you have wide feet it sucks that this is the only brand but there you go.
3.) The black on white tuxedo type style this shoe has, is a coloring style that has lately gotten increasingly difficult to find in any brand including skate shoes. If you like this style, this will be a plus for you.
I have feet that are shaped like Donald Duck's so I need wide shoes and few makers offer them.
To be truthful, I have not yet had the opportunity to wear these other than a quick size check.
I have been using New Balance 623's for racquetball for a few years now and thought it would be about time to get a pair for when the current ones wear out.
I have found over many years that New Balance often stops making one model of shoes and introduces another.
Since I like my current 623's, I thought it would be smart to have a pair on the shelf for when these wear out.
To my surprise, the entire sole is completely different on the new shoes. Like I said, I have enjoyed New Balance for many years hence the 5-star rating even though I have not actually used these. If the new sole design proves otherwise, I will update this review.