New Balance Men's Mr7500Bs Black/Silver Trainer Mr7500Bs 6.5 UK
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- Outer Material: Mesh
- Inner Material: Textile
- Sole: Injection-Molded
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Shoe Width: D
This Shoe Features Nb Zip™ Technology - A Super-Responsive Cushioning System That'S Supported By A Strategically Placed Shock-Absorbing Struts For Optimal Cushioning, Responsiveness And Durability At Heel Strike. This Shoe Is Ideal For A Beginner Runner Looking For A Blend Of Cushioning And Style.
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I originally bought "trail running" shoes (which are made for running on grass or dirt roads) without knowing what I was doing. Naturally they were more stiff for running on grass. Since I was running on pavement I developed minor shin splints since I didnt do any research on what shoes to buy. (new to running)
Fast forward 2 months later, I have my running gait analyzed, and learn a thing or two about buying the proper running shoes.
Which led me to these... and I have not had shin pains ever since. Buying the proper shoe is of paramount importance when taking up jogging/running. (so is easing into it, stretch a lot, dont run too far to start.)
Anyways; NewBalance makes 3 basic shoe types. "Cushioned" "Stability" and "Motion Control" shoes.
If you are an under-pronator or over-pronator, google what types of shoes to buy. NB stability and motion control shoes can provide support where you need it.
I am a mild under pronator. Which means when my heel strikes the ground it tends to strike on the outter heel, and I role my foot inward. This is not a big deal, but puts extra stress on my shin muscles as I strike mt heel and push off my toes. Again no big deal, untill the stress of my feet and shins striking hard surfaces eventually gave me shin splints and was further exacerbated by my runnig gait.
Even if I had a neutral running gait, running on hard surfaces as a new runner would have given me shin splints anyways. However these shoes handle the shock very well, and within a week of using them all pain in my shins has dissapeared.
These shoes are pretty light, and have a thick cushioned heel. The mesh on top provides nice air-flow over your toes.
I only bought them on-line since I already knew my shoes size with NewBalance.
All in all they're great shoes, and should last me 300-400 miles easily. My shins are verry happy I bought them. 5 stars for sure.