Suede 928v2

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Stable and steady wins the race. The New Balance 928 women’s walking shoe features motion control and ROLLBAR® stability technologies and ABZORB® cushioning for comfort from morning till midnight.

Suede 928v2

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Developed for all-day comfort, the New Balance 928 women’s walking shoe offers industry-leading motion control and superior stability thanks to our ROLLBAR® and Walking Strike Path technologies. Add to that ABZORB® midfoot cushioning, a seamless Phantom Liner and an odor-resistant treatment and you've got a shoe that can take you from 9 to 5 to whenever.
  • 13 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 13 mm drop are approximate
  • Comfort collar foam
  • Comfort tongue
  • Compression EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate) foam midsole for cushioning
  • Medicare / HCPCS code = A5500, may be eligible for Medicare reimbursement
  • Removable PU footbed provides lightweight comfort and durability
  • Rubber outsole
  • Suede upper
  • Technology
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    A superior blend of foam cushioning and compression set, featuring rubber.

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    A posting system designed to reduce rear-foot movement.

    Outsole feature that helps stabilize and guides the foot through the walking gait cycle.

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    Sep 24, 2016

    best ever

    - philly

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    "Comfort and support are mainly what I am looking for. This is my fifth pair of NB's and they are more comfy than ever. Right from the box I wore them all day. It was a day I was mostly on my feet, and my feet were still comfortable when it was over."