Vazee Prism

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Find the extra push you need to stay focused on your goals in the Vazee Prism women’s running shoe. Designed for speed and surprisingly supportive, this newest addition to the Vazee running line-up features a medial post for extra stability when you need it.

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This isn’t your typical stability running shoe for women. With a sleek look, fast feel and superlight and responsive REVlite cushioning, Vazee Prism’s light support won’t hold you back!
  • 8 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 8 mm drop are approximate
  • Bootie construction
  • Full EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate) strobel board for all-day comfort
  • Medial post located on inside edge of shoe to help prevent overpronation
  • No-sew material application
  • Performance stretch lace
  • Synthetic/mesh upper
  • Unleash your fast

    Responsive, lightweight and surprisingly stable, Vazee Prism delivers support that won’t slow you down.

    Lightweight stability

    A dual density medial post helps keep your foot moving forward

    Responsive cushioning

    REVlite midsole delivers a fast, responsive feel

    Sleek support

    Upper has a snug, second skin-like fit with an aggressive toe spring for speed



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    7 Reviews

    114% of reviewers recommend this product

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    Jan 5, 2017

    Great Shoe

    MyNB Silver Member

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    "Light shoe, really good for longer distance running without the shoe seeming bulky. My favorite shoe New Balance has made thus far."

    Nov 28, 2016

    Long Distance Shoe

    - Detroit, MI

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    "I was training for my first marathon and putting in long miles. Once I got these shoes they made such a difference. It was the comfortable support shoe I needed to train. I've had them now for about 3 months and haven't had any issues. Great shoe- highly recommend."

    Oct 18, 2016

    Good, Solid Sneak!

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    "These are my return to New Balance and I'm really happy with this pick. I needed something with support but let me put in custom insoles and these have plenty of room and don't feel tight. They don't squeeze too tight and stay comfy during my run."

    Oct 15, 2016

    Didn't really like them

    - Long Island

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    "These shoes felt really heavy. HAd to return them because i was unhappy."

    Sep 27, 2016

    Very comfortable.

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    "Highly recommend. I'm on my feet when I work for most of my shift and my feet don't ache at the end of the night. I love the bright pink color!"

    Feb 20, 2016

    More flexible stability shoe

    - Indianapolis, In

    "My go to trainers have recently changed with model updates and are no longer working for me so I went shopping. The NB rep had me try these. They felt good immediately. Snug heel, wide toe box, decent arch support, and a more flexible forefoot. I wore them this morning for a 10k and LOVED them. The shoes feel light, offered just enough support, and were cushy on landing. I would purchase this shoe again. If considering, they run small. My day-to-day shoe size is an 8.5; Mizuno, Brooks, Ascics are 9.5 (1 full size up); I purchased a 10 in the NB."

    Feb 15, 2016

    Good shoe. Just not for me.

    - Bloomington, IN

    "Thinking I needed some support for mild overpronation, I thought the Prism would work well. Unfortunately, I started to develop shin splints at about week 2.5. I felt the foam was too rigid and not as responsive as I thought it would be. It's a shame as I really wanted to like the shoe. Had to return it. I have no doubt it'll work for others who perhaps prefer a more rigid shoe."