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Joe's New Balance Outlet.com has Men's/Women's New Balance 860v4 Stability Running Shoe (various sizes) on sale for $35 w/ promo code RUN860 (apply during payment & shipping). Shipping is free. Thanks SelinnayT

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They're stability running (actual running) shoes. It's for people who overpronate(their arch collapses inward), usually have flat feet, and need a wider toe bed.

They're pretty good quality shoes if those fill your requirement.
New balance is also typically the only one who accommodates wider/larger feet. I have a size 14 with 4e width, and it's a pita to find shoes. I can think of maybe 3 or 4 shoe stores in my entire state that would carry anything in my size.

New balance even though they're usually ugly as hell, is about the only thing I don't have to overly worry about sending shoes back, because they usually fit.
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Wide (2E) currently available in men's sizes 9 and up.
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Great deal on some great shoes. No more size 9 unfortunately (only narrow).
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Too bad they only have 4E's for the size 10...It's always difficult to get wider shoes
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A little Flashy for me, I prefer the more vanilla NB, But, considering the price.....I'll be hard pressed to get something like a cheaper 481 for much less anyway. In for 1
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Bought this during previous deal. Using this regularly for run and it's been really good. 👍
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I got them too, but I found them uncomfortable and clunky, just my review though
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Waiting for v6 to go on sale
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Got these previously and would buy them again if they had 12 4E.
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If anyone need a pair of new balance 3040s size 11, 2e width. I bought these maybe 5 months ago never used them since they're way too big. Only downside of buying from that website is no free return shipping
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yo. not trying to be mean. but these are for like 50 yr olds? because. they are ugly to me.
They're stability running (actual running) shoes. It's for people who overpronate(their arch collapses inward), usually have flat feet, and need a wider toe bed.

They're pretty good quality shoes if those fill your requirement.
New balance is also typically the only one who accommodates wider/larger feet. I have a size 14 with 4e width, and it's a pita to find shoes. I can think of maybe 3 or 4 shoe stores in my entire state that would carry anything in my size.

New balance even though they're usually ugly as hell, is about the only thing I don't have to overly worry about sending shoes back, because they usually fit.
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Got two pair in May and have just about worn out the second pair. I severely overpronate and have narrow feet, so the 12Bs have been great. I walk a lot and have gotten around 900 miles per pair.
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Who actually wears narrow (B) ?

I wear nikes and they fit narrowish.. would narrow be fine in these? Im a 10.5, no standard (D) left.
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