New Balance 1340v2

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Craving control? Our 1340v2 running shoe features superior motion-control technology that supports your stride mile after mile.
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The New Balance 1340v2 delivers optimum support using T-BEAM technology — a lightweight, flexible TPU shank located at the midfoot that delivers crucial torsional stability in the shoe. Add that industry-leading stability to N2 cushioning in the heel and an extra helping of ABZORB® cushioning in the forefoot, and you’ve got a women’s running shoe that will help you stay comfortable and in control.
  • 10 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 10 mm drop are approximate
  • Abzorb® cushioning in the forefoot for exceptional shock absorption
  • Blown rubber outsole
  • Medicare / HCPCS code = A5500, may be eligible for Medicare reimbursement
  • Multi-density polyurethane insert offers support, comfort and flexibility
  • Synthetic/mesh upper
  • These shoes were proudly assembled in our U.S. factories by our more than 1,200 U.S. workers. Since the domestic value is less than 70%, we have labeled them "Assembled in the USA."
  • Technology
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    ACTEVA™ LITE 24% lighter than New Balance's standard compression molded foam for optimal compression set properties.

    N2® is a low-to-the-ground cushioning technology that is responsive and durable cushioning system in a low profile execution.

    Rubber compound for maximum durability used in high wear areas.

    A lightweight, flexible TPU shank engineered to deliver torsional stability in the shoe and arch support through a unique center beam design.

    The medial EXTENDED WEB is a lengthened Stability Web® delivering midfoot support, increased stability, and mild pronation control.

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    Overall Product Rating

    3.7 / 5
    3 Reviews

    67% of reviewers recommend this product

    1 of 3

    The Best Shoes!!!

    3/31/15 by | Modesto, CA

    • Used Product For: 6-8 weeks
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 11-15 miles
    • Primary Activity: Walking

    Yes, I recommend this product.

    "I am a daily walker with high arches and wide feet. Your company advised me in the past to wear running shoes as they give better support and offer better cushioning. I have worn these shoes since February 2015. They are the most comfortable shoes giving me the support and width that I need. I definitely plan on purchasing more of these shoes at a future date. Well done, New Balance!!!!!"

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    2 of 3

    Great Stabilizer Walking Shoes

    2/25/15 by | Sacramento, CA

    • Used Product For: 8 or more weeks

    Yes, I recommend this product.

    "I tried tried several pair of so-called comparable shoes, but found these to be the absolute best to wear following total hip replacement surgery. They provided the necessary stabilization to assure proper fit to provide adequate cushioning, support and stability to maintain the integrity of my walk and stride. I have used them for 5 months and they are like new. They have worn well and evenly. Am looking forward to another pair of New Balance. I got B width & wish an A was was available - AA would be too narrow, but I just wear an extra pair of socks and this has worked satisfactorily. Not sure I'll appreciate the extra warmth in summer but can live with given the benefits. Also like the removable insole. Would highly recommend."

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    Product not the same

    11/13/14 by | Connecticut

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks
    • Miles with Product: 0-5 miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 0-5 miles
    • Primary Activity: Do Not Participate in Regular Physical Activity

    "The old 1340 were of different material. My foot slides in these. The SL1 feels like an SL2. Please bring back the old 1340,s. The only plus, the color changed."

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