New Balance 730

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    NL-1
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    In the 730, New Balance has delivered a minimalist running shoe for the rest of us who aren't hard core runners with perfect form. Right from the drawing board, this shoe was designed to keep the weight down. The outsole is built with lightweight, flexible blown rubber for excellent protection without extra weight. The midsole features ACTEVA™ LITE, a polymer 24% lighter than standard foam, made to resist compression set - meaning it takes a beating without getting beat down and losing its cushioning properties. Lastly, the welded saddle provides a sock-like fit that makes this shoe feel like it's not even there.

    Additional Information

    Weight (ounces) 7.3000
    Shoe Type Minimalist
    Shoe Last NL-1: Standard heel width, lower instep, shallower toebox, wider forefoot
    Tech
    • Acteva Lite® - a midsole foam 24% lighter than standard foam - made with DuPont™ Engage® and Elvaloy®. Optimal compression set properties for comfort and durability
    Features
    • Blown Rubber Outsole
    • Synthetic / Mesh Upper
    Level of Experience Beginner, Intermediate
    Suitability for Court / Tennis Not Recommended
    Suitability for Trail Running Will Work
    Suitability for Walking Recommended
    Suitability for Running Recommended
    Suitability for Outdoor / Hiking Not Recommended
    Suitability for Cross Training Not Recommended
    Manufacturer New Balance
    SKUs M730WG1 W730WP1 W730SL1 M730GO1



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    TOP PROs
    • rubber sole1
    • low to the ground1
    • just enough cusionin1
    • soft midsole1
    • minimus lastsockles1
    TOP CONs
    • not for heelstriker1
    • shoe tongue shifts1
    BEST USES
    • training for zerodr1
    • speed training1
    • mid distance up to1

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    • 0.3 product jungernaut 2013-02-21" 1.0 5.0 5 If you're considering moving toward zero-drop, these are the perfect transition shoe. They are listed at 4mm, but have been measured at 3mm, and feel like 0mm. They are very low to the ground so you get excellent feel, and they work your feet muscles. They offer a nice cushy feel even if the midsole isn't very thick. If you heel-strike though, they'll let you know you're running less than optimally. The sole is completely rubber lined, except for the plentiful flex lines. As such, you get good grip, good overall wear, and very good flexibility. They are also very lightweight. The toe box is very wide, perfect for barefoot training, but it's a bit shallow, so I do not recommend wearing these with socks. They are not advertised as Minimus shoes, but if you look inside, you'll see the "<=>" (less equals more) symbol, so they are indeed sockless Minimus lasts. The uppers are seemless to support this. If you're thinking of going with Minimus, these are cheaper and sort

      If you're considering moving toward zero-drop, these are the perfect transition shoe. They are listed at 4mm, but have been measured at 3mm, and feel like 0mm. They are very low to the ground so you get excellent feel, and they work your feet muscles. They offer a nice cushy feel even if the midsole isn't very thick. If you heel-strike though, they'll let you know you're running less than optimally. The sole is completely rubber lined, except for the plentiful flex lines. As such, you get good grip, good overall wear, and very good flexibility. They are also very lightweight. The toe box is very wide, perfect for barefoot training, but it's a bit shallow, so I do not recommend wearing these with socks. They are not advertised as Minimus shoes, but if you look inside, you'll see the "<=>" (less equals more) symbol, so they are indeed sockless Minimus lasts. The uppers are seemless to support this. If you're thinking of going with Minimus, these are cheaper and sort

      Pros:rubber sole, low to the ground, just enough cusionin, soft midsole, minimus lastsockles,

      Cons:not for heelstriker, shoe tongue shifts,

      Best Uses:training for zerodr, speed training, mid distance up to ,

      http://www.shoefitter.ca/smartreviews/view/review/id/23#smartreviews_view 0.3 New Balance 730 http://www.shoefitter.ca/womens/new-balance-730.html sku 730
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      If you're considering moving toward zero-drop, these are the perfect transition shoe. They are listed at 4mm, but have been measured at 3mm, and feel like 0mm. They are very low to the ground so you get excellent feel, and they work your feet muscles. They offer a nice cushy feel even if the midsole isn't very thick. If you heel-strike though, they'll let you know you're running less than optimally. The sole is completely rubber lined, except for the plentiful flex lines. As such, you get good grip, good overall wear, and very good flexibility. They are also very lightweight. The toe box is very wide, perfect for barefoot training, but it's a bit shallow, so I do not recommend wearing these with socks. They are not advertised as Minimus shoes, but if you look inside, you'll see the "<=>" (less equals more) symbol, so they are indeed sockless Minimus lasts. The uppers are seemless to support this. If you're thinking of going with Minimus, these are cheaper and sort
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