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- Heel Kick
- Injection Molded EVA
- Leather/Mesh Upper
- NB Ultra Soft Comfort Insert
- Reflective Detail
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510v4 Cushioning Trail Running Shoe
Take your run from track to trail in the rugged 510v4 Trail. This versatile men's running shoe features dual-use AT Tread for on and off-road running. Toe Protect adds superior durability to the leather upper, while responsive ABZORB cushioning helps absorb shock as you take on new terrain.
Men's Neutral Cushioned
Weight: 341 grams (12 oz)
An NB Ultra Soft comfort insert helps provide all-day comfort for whatever obstacles lay in your path.
• 12 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 12 mm drop are approximate
• Injection molded EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate)
• Leather/mesh upper
• NB ultra soft comfort insert
• Rubber outsole
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When I first put these shoes on, I was sure I'd made a mistake. They felt stiff, there was, relatively, the heel was noticeably low , and I didn't feel secure in the heel cup (with my usual non-prescription orthotic in the shoe). I persisted, however, removing the orthotic and walked the dog in the new shoes. By the end of a mile's walk, I could tell that the footbed was breaking in, and the shoe was more comfortable. A longer walk and I could install the orthotic. The big test, of course, was running on a rocky/gravelly trail that I frequent. They worked great. Where the Sauconys left my feet sore from the rocks poking up, the NB's distributed the shock of sharp stones over a greater area and I was comfortable. After less than 10 miles of combined walking and running, I can anoint these shoes as "broken in." I still won't use them on pavement. I tried a bit of running on the street and there was too much pounding on my surgically replaced knee. In general, the road isn't particularly kind to my knee, but these NB's are a winner for trails. They're a bargain.
Pros: They are comfortable (like most New balances)
They are CHEAP (paid >$60)
Cons: No traction, they are okay on dry ground/floors but if there is any water BEWARE! Even old concrete sidewalks felt slick with a little rain.
Soft soles, which are great for that "walking on clouds" feeling but not good when stepping on a tree branch or a jagged rock sticking out of the ground. Basically it's almost as if you're running barefoot.
The shoe is made out of a very thin cloth, which is great for keeping you feet dry but if you step in a puddle, the shoe will get soaked and your foot will be drenched. Also there's no support for your foot since it's so thin.
Overall, I walked/ran about 15-20 miles andI was disappointed by these shoes. But they were only about $50 so I can't complain much.