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If you like to pound out the miles, our 880v4 running shoe is for you. Lighter than the v3 with no loss of cushioning, this neutral shoe is a training workhorse that boasts light support and all-important durability.
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The New Balance 880, eagerly awaited update to the popular 759 running shoe, is built on the ACTEVA® LITE midsole with Stability Web® to provide a lightweight, supportive, and well-cushioned ride. Perfect for a runner with a neutral gait, this comfortable trainer is packed with premium features but still weighs in at only 10.9 ounces.
  • 12 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 12 mm drop are approximate
  • Blown rubber outsole
  • Breathable air mesh
  • Ortholite® Premium insole provides additional cushioning for arch support and durable comfort. *Ortholite® is a registered trademark of O2 Partners, LLC. All rights reserved

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    Overall Product Rating

    2.8 / 5
    5 Reviews

    40% of reviewers recommend this product

    1 of 5

    Slightly loose on the heel, good shoe overall

    3/11/15 by | Cincinnati, OH

    • Used Product For: 8 or more weeks
    • Miles with Product: 20+ miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 20+ miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    Yes, I recommend this product.

    "I am on my second pair of the 880s. I have a very pronounced arch, so wear insoles, and the fit seems to accomodate them well. I agree that the heel seems to slip a bit-I've tried the stretchy laces and alternate lacing and it still rubs a bit. Otherwise, it's been a good shoe that has held up well through several half marathons and training for a full."

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    2 of 5

    No cushioning

    2/12/15 by | Pittsburgh

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks
    • Miles with Product: 11-15 miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 16-20 miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    "I was fitted for these shoes at a running store and had hoped to continue my marathon training in them. That was last Friday and this Friday, they are going back to the store. My knees kill me when I run in them which has not happened before, my feet feel hot and achy, and the heel just never fit right on the right shoe, no matter how many times I tried to tighten them, use lace locks, alternative lacing. I am just not happy with them. They are OK but not great like I need them to be."

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    3 of 5

    Not the same old 880 that I loved!

    1/22/15 by | Buffalo, NY

    • Used Product For: 8 or more weeks
    • Miles with Product: 20+ miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 6-10 miles
    • Primary Activity: Other

    "I have been wearing this same sneaker, prior model, for years. I do not like the v4. It has no cushioning in the heel. Though the front of my foot runs a tad bit wide, the heel area needs extra cushioning. This model doesn't have any. The sneakers feel too loose. When doing running, weight training, etc. they often slip off. If I tie too tight, to make up for lack of heel cushioning, then I have pain in my arches. They look good, but they feel awful! Why update what's already so good? From a disappointed New Balance-er."

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    4 of 5

    Great wide width shoe option for long runs

    1/4/15 by | Orlando, FL

    • Used Product For: less than 2 weeks
    • Miles with Product: 6-10 miles
    • Avg Miles Per Week: 16-20 miles
    • Primary Activity: Running

    Yes, I recommend this product.

    "I have been training for a year and ran my first 15k in September, 10 miler in October, half marathon in November and second half marathon in December. I have a condition in my left foot called sesamoiditis. The shoe I was running in was causing me great pain in my first two toes on my left foot and the ball of both of my feet during any run longer than five miles. After another painful 7.5 mile training run I decided to go to a different running store for a gait analysis and shoe fitting session. I had not done this for a year and have been running much longer distances so it was time. I needed a wider shoe so after trying on three pairs I settled on these New Balance 880v4 along with an insert and what a difference. The toe box is very wide, allowing my toes room for when my feet swell. I normally wear a size 7 shoe, and had been running in 8's, but with the D width of this shoe I am a half size up in 7.5. So far running in these feels as close to running on a cloud as pounding pavement can feel. Other shoes I have tried got close to solving my toe problem, but hurt my knees and with these I have no knee pain either. I am very pleased with this shoe, no more toe pain and I'm looking forward to getting farther than 13.1 miles!"

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    5 of 5

    The fit is "off"

    11/9/14 by | PA

    • Used Product For: 4-6 weeks
    • Primary Activity: Walking

    "Although this is a good-looking sneaker, I have found it is a tight fit, even at wide, and it seems to run about a 1/2 size too short."

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