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New Balance Men's or Women's Fresh Foam 1080v11 Running Shoes EXPIRED

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Joe's New Balance Outlet has select Running Shoes on sale below (price reflected/shown in cart). Shipping is free.

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Available Styles/Colors: (prices listed below are final prices shown in cart)1080v11 Features:
  • Fresh Foam midsole cushioning is precision engineered to deliver an ultra-cushioned, lightweight ride
  • Synthetic/mesh upper
  • Bootie upper construction hugs your foot for a snug, supportive fit
  • Ortholite sockliner for comfort
  • Ultra Heel design hugs the back of the foot for a snug, supportive fit
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I've personally worn the 880v11 (550 miles, first 400 miles running, last 150 walking) and the Vongo v5 (100 miles, stability version of the 1080v11). Also been wearing Fresh Foam More v3 (150 miles, think 1080s but even more foam):

Some thoughts:
- I'm a 9.5 wide and the 880v11 fit very well. Just a very solid all around daily trainer shoe, the Fresh Foam is soft and bouncy, but you get some ground feel on this shoe because of the lower stack height in the forefoot (18mm if I recall correctly). This is the "safe" shoe as I think it is the jack of all trades, but master of none. Would work well as a walking shoe. Oh, and it's built like a tank there's so much rubber on the outsole that it still seems to not be super worn after 550 miles

- 1080v11: personally have not worn this shoe, but there are some people out there who really hate the heel counter on this shoe, so beware. The newer v12 and the stability version Vongo v5 have a more standard heel. Lots of foam underfoot (but less than the More v3), so I'm assuming it will be a nice, cushy ride.
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10-09-2022 at 09:08 PM.
I bought some 880s years ago (880v7) and they were fine and I wouldn't mind repurchasing. However, the 880v11 looks a lot heavier?
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> bubble2 237 Posts
10-10-2022 at 06:03 AM.
Quote from NikoZ :
Nope. My freshfoam 1080's are way more comfortable than any of my massive collection on ultra boosts but the sole won't last as long as ultra boosts.

Personally this is my recovery shoe and saucony speed 2's are my daily trainer.
I finally decided on the 1080v11, was researching the Lerato because I wanted to try a carbon fiber + fuel cell foam shoe for running that is not $200+. However the Lerato is heavier and not what I need at the moment (explained below).

I got the Ultraboost 19.5 last month while on sale, and will use that for my steady long run. And I plan to use 1080v11 for tempo, recovery and occasional speed works. I will use my Saucony Speed 2 exclusively for just speed work/hill.

On the lookout for one last pair of shoes for race day. Those are usually not on sale, but hopefully will find one during Thanksgiving.
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> bubble2 61 Posts
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10-11-2022 at 07:22 AM.
Quote from richmba :
I bought some 880s years ago (880v7) and they were fine and I wouldn't mind repurchasing. However, the 880v11 looks a lot heavier?
Yes, they are definitely heavier. For context, I've worn 880s for about 10 years and just started wearing 1080s for the past year and will likely never go back. I can't think of any aspect of the 880s that I prefer over the 1080s.
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