- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm ; 367 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
- Item Model Number: PL4040K4
- ASIN: B01N2NN3I7
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 17 October 2014
- Customer Reviews: 247 customer ratings
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51,499 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #982 in Men's Athletic & Outdoor Shoes
- Lightweight Cushioned Midsole
- Lace cage
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--My son sees an orthopedic specialist and wears an insert, and New Balance shoes are their recommendation for fit and comfort.
--The cleats have a good cushion, and if your son plays travel ball or tournaments and will be in them a long time, these are the ones you want.
--We've noticed that New Balance shoes tend to run small. Like what a lot of reviewers have said, get a half or whole size up.
--Consider getting wide, even if your foot isn't wide. My son has a narrow/medium width foot, and we got 12.5 wide and they fit perfectly. Probably should have bought 13 wide because the kid won't stop growing.
--Keep in mind "D" is standard width 2E is wide width.
Firstly, no one makes shoes with replaceable cleats anymore, which is another symptom of our throwaway society. It's shameful. Also, they're all plastic now. That never lasts more than a season or two before cracking up. Real leather or good synthetics can, but they're very hard to find. Instead we get this shiny pop bottle junk.
Then, shoe makers constantly sacrifice good physiology for style. These shoes taper unnaturally to a point like many others. Our feet aren't usually shaped that way, and bunion and other toe-crunch conditions are the result. I don't have wide feet. They're actually fairly narrow. But I don't have triangular feet, either.
On top of that, I bought a half size up to be sure they wouldn't cause me discomfort. I wear a 10-1/2 US, and the size 11 in this shoe left me feeling the front of the toe box. It also squeezes as I've described. I had to wear them for a tournament and so I'm now stuck with them.
My kingdom for a shoe that has replaceable cleats, good construction, and physiologically-correct shape. I wouldn't have thought that would be so hard to find.
So if you plan on purchasing these, I would say go with a slightly larger size!