Information about New Balance W630 Running Shoes - Minimalist (For Women)
Closeouts. With a super light weight and enough tread and flexibility to keep your feet feeling supported and comfortable, New Balance's W630 running shoes are the perfect shoe for the traditional runner transitioning to a minimalist design.
Lightweight, close-to-the ground design
IMEVA (injection-molded EVA foam) midsole for firm yet flexible cushioning
Reviewed by Buttersugar from Nashville, TN on Friday, March 01, 2013
I bought these shoes just for casual wear, not for running. They are fun, cute and very comfortable. The toe area is a bit roomy. It doesn't bother me, but if you don't like that, order a half size down. Overall, they are true to size.
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Reviewed by Brooklyn Cyclist from Brooklyn on Saturday, December 14, 2013
I have neuromas on both feet, and so I was a bit wary about minimalist shoes, but desperately need a second pair of running shoes. These fit well, a bit roomy in the toe box (which is a good thing) but after a few minutes, I could tell that the shoe would not offer enough protection for the very sensitive spots on the balls of my feet so back in the box they go.
Reviewed by Wendy from Cleveland, TN on Tuesday, December 03, 2013
very comfortable shoes!!!! I have not had them out for a run yet. I have worn them a few times in to town to get them broke in. I have to say that these are the most comfortable shoes i think i have ever owned. They are very light but supportive in all the right places. I ordered a 10 (normal size) and they fit great. Can't wait to hit the road in them.
Reviewed by Cindy Trail Runner from Flagstaff on Monday, August 19, 2013
I love the Minimalist trail series, but the fit on these is just not the same. Based on the online info, I started 1/2 size up from my running shoe size, but then sent that back for my regular running shoe size. They are longer, more narrow, and had a very pronounced arch that hit too close to my heel. I liked the level of cushioning and the tread style, but they just would not be comfortable.