Redesigned for a closer fit that helps prevent excess movement and friction, plus a unique look that stands out on the trail
Engineered for racing, REVlite midsole cushioning is 30% lighter but just as responsive and durable as comparable New Balance foams
Durable, ground-gripping outsole features ROCKSTOP® technology that helps protect your forefoot from sharp debris
Ultrarunner Anton Krupicka works with NB to design the 110v2
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10/24/14 by Nickfrank | Whidbey Island, WA
"These are no where near as comfortable as the previous model. These are to narrow in the toe box, the insides tear up your feet with the new material and seams. The insole gives it unnecessary height which makes them feel a little unstable. The only thing positive I found about these was the upper is more durable and the traction is more aggressive. (Please New Balance bring back the old model they were the best shoe I have ever worn in my 20 or so years of running)"
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9/3/14 by Zach | Rocky Mountains of CO
"The previous 110 was a low to the ground, nimble machine that fit the foot great with it's wide toe-box and foot-like shape. Unfortunately, all of that has been lost. // Pros: -Re-designed upper is more durable and still breathes well. -The outsole is aggressive enough for mountain outings but still holds its own on the local single-track. -Rev-lite midsole is pretty nice. // Cons: -Tapered, narrow toe-box does not allow for any toe splay. -Narrow underfoot leaving you with little confidence going into hard corners. It feels like it wants to roll possibly due to the high stack of the outsole and narrow nature of the fit. -Sizing seems to be a miss. A 9 was way too tight and 9.5 was too sloppy in the heel."
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