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Men's/Women's New Balance 573 Trail Running Shoes EXPIRED

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Joe's New Balance Outlet.com has select Men's/Women's New Balance 573 Trail Running Shoes (various styles/sizes) on sale for $32.99 w/ promo code TRAILSALE (apply at checkout page). Shipping is free. Thanks brisar

Note, must apply the listed promo code to receive discount & free shipping. Available in standard, wide and x-wide; select sizes/styles may vary.
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Rugged and durable trail running shoe; cushioned for all outdoor activates and all terrain tread. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Good deal. Free shipping doesn't show up until you put in the promo code in case anybody was wondering.
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OP, thanks for mentioning the availability of wide sizes. So many shoe deals are limited to those unfortunate enough to have only average width feet!
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I just got a pair of these from the previous sale, make sure you get them 1/2 a size bigger than normal, they definitely fit smaller than other shoes.
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OP, thanks for mentioning the availability of wide sizes. So many shoe deals are limited to those unfortunate enough to have only average width feet!
but 4E doesnt seems to b3 like 2E also...also the return shipping is not free. so wasted $10 on returning...
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13 wide out of stock
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If I wanted to compare a New Balance model to the Altra Lone Peak 3.5 for backpacking which would be most comparable? In assuming it's not this.
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13 wide out of stock
Blue got.

No 12 4E.
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I just got a pair of these from the previous sale, make sure you get them 1/2 a size bigger than normal, they definitely fit smaller than other shoes.
@junkens: Do you also know if the width is smaller than usual? I usually wear 9.5 2E wide. Should I order 10 4E X-Wide? Thanks.
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which is better? 573 or 590v3 ?
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Thank you, I'm in for the gunmetal extra wide. Normally I don't see extra wide. As an option. Repped!!
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I got this shoe last time they were on sale. They are very light and comfortable. I like how the soles don't have deep grooves, that pick up mud and rocks, like most "trail" running shoes. They do run a little small. I wear 11.5 in most athletic shoes, but these are a little tighter than I'd like. Ordered two pairs of size 12 this time.
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I just got a pair of these from the previous sale, make sure you get them 1/2 a size bigger than normal, they definitely fit smaller than other shoes.
All New Balance models, or just this one? I am upgrading from ME481GN1

Me current shoe [shoecity.com]
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I got this shoe last time they were on sale. They are very light and comfortable. I like how the soles don't have deep grooves, that pick up mud and rocks, like most "trail" running shoes. They do run a little small. I wear 11.5 in most athletic shoes, but these are a little tighter than I'd like. Ordered two pairs of size 12 this time.
Thanks for the information. For my everyday work shoes I wear 10D. Would I be fine if I purchased an 11D as a walking shoe?
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