The Fresh Foam Zante v2: New Balance Latest Running Shoes for Spring 2016

by On Mar 11, 2016
The Fresh Foam Zante v2: New Balance Latest Running Shoes for Spring 2016

If you are a fan of New Balance running shoes, you will not be surprised that they have incorporated their Fresh Foam technology into the New Balance soft and cushioned running shoes line-up. And for Spring this year, New Balance introduce yet another powerhouse in soft cushioning, the Fresh Foam Zante v2.

About the Fresh Foam Zante v2

New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v2 Men

The Fresh Foam Zante v2 retails for a price of S$169.

The Fresh Foam Zante v2 is a runner's neutral cushioned running shoe built for fast speeds. The engineered mesh on the upper of this neutral running shoe removes the need for overlays and provides softer support with bootie-like fit which gives you a second skin-like feeling.

When it comes to delivering quick transitions and the support you need to have the edge over your competition, the aggressive toe spring and new midsole design is a crucial factor. In detail:

  • 6 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 6 mm drop are approximate
  • Blown rubber outsole
  • Bootie construction
  • Breathable air mesh
  • Engineered mesh
  • No-sew material application

The Fresh Foam Zante v2 is now available locally at all New Balance Concept Stores at a retail price of S$169.

For the Speed Demons Out There

If "fast" can't describe you in your running, you might wish to consider the New Balance Vazee Pace and Rush. Debuted in July last year, the Vazee Pace has been the arsenal for runners seeking an inherently stable ride while the Vazee Rush provides the ability for runners to burn and let those behind taste dust.

New Balance Vazee Pace Blue Mens

The Vazee Pace retails for a price of S$179.

New Balance Vazee Rush Womens Pink

The Vazee Rush retails for a price of S$149.

The Vazee Rush and the Vazee Pace are available at all New Balance Experience stores and selected retailers.

Nathaniel is a disciplined casual runner and a lover of bananas. As a columnist for RunSociety, he is always on the lookout for exciting and controversial topics that touch the heart of the running community in Singapore, often adding in his funny observations. He has embarked on a mission to start a world class running group in Asia.

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