New Balance 840 Men's Shoes

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Built for neutral runners seeking maximum cushioning and flexibility, the 840 features a wider toe box to accomodate a variety of foot shapes. This update to the popular 883 is lighter than ever, featuring Abzorb® FL cushioning to provide you with the ultimate ride and keep you comfortable as you train!


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Gender: Man

Age: adults


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Product Title: New Balance 840 Men's Shoes

Manufacturer: New Balance

Lowest Price: $69.99 from Joe's New Balance Outlet

Power Score: 3.4 | 12 Reviews


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Good shoe for my needs.

This shoe has been excellent so far. Have had for a month or two. Used for everyday and walking 2 - 3 miles per day for fitness. Last pair I had were the 883 Narrow (B). This pair is again a 13 Narrow (B). This shoe is somewhat narrower and a little shorter. Is very comfortable and has held up well so far. Would/did buy another pair.

By Steve on NewBalance.com - Aug 1, 2013

Great for walking

New Balance store staff said this is a popular shoe for walkers, even shoe designed for running. I wear an orthotic, usually fit awkwardly between a D and EE. this in a D fit perfectly (size 9). Found it took a bit to get used to flat bottom, but now I love it. Supportive without being heavy. Great shoe. Version 1 I think.

By Cgyjim on NewBalance.com - Jun 28, 2013

Works for me

Suggest to read the New Balance website regarding these shoes. They are built from a last that has a more narrow heel and a wide toe box. Also are 'deeper' than a standard shoe. This fits me perfectly but may not work for everyone. If you have more narrow feet a different model will work better. Personally I really like these shoes much better than other brands that don't fit me as well. Also,...
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By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Jun 22, 2013

poor build quality

Ive had this shoe for 6Months I used the mostly for walking. and the material is coming apart towards the toe. I've had much less expensive new balance shoes that held up much much longer (1+ years). This is the second pair of $120 new balance SL2's I purchased, that have fallen apart after less than a year. I am very disappointed as these shoes were both manufactured in the states I thought the...
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By popeye5 on NewBalance.com - Jan 20, 2013

Marathon must have!

I've used this shoe for every marathon that I did and the only shoe that I would use! I usually go through 3-4 pairs a year; reorder time.

By Anonymous on Nordstrom - Dec 13, 2012

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