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Gear Review: New Balance 1063 Running Shoes

Whether you're a fan of New Balance sneakers or not, I think you're going to want to know about the latest update to their 1063 running shoe. The New Balance 1063 ($125) is considered a high mileage, technical running shoe. Although lightweight (9.5 oz. per shoe), this shoe offers the great cushioning and remains flexible. It's a neutral running shoe, designed for runners who have "normal arches."

Want to hear what my favorite thing about these sneakers is? Then


Check out those laces. They're called SureLaces, and the wavy design ensures that your laces won't loosen while you run, so they offer added support to keep your sneaker snug around your foot. I also love the mesh material that covers the entire sneaker, offering breathability. Even on my longer runs, my feet never overheated, and the shock absorption protected my feet and knees. The shoe comes in orange or blue, and I know this 1063 is on the pricier side, but that's because it's top of its class when it comes to neutral sneakers. If you're serious about running, a more expensive sneaker really does feel different especially on those longer runs.

You can buy them directly from the New Balance website.

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Isbella-James Isbella-James 7 years
This shoes are really good and looks very comfortable.I enjoy this post which is mainly describes how the shoe is made and how stylish it looks. Thank you.
Arthur Arthur 8 years
i've been in NB shoes for longer than i can remember. i'll be in these soon for sure.
rachekate rachekate 8 years
You can also buy those laces on their own and add them to whatever shoe you normally wear.
0fashionqueen 0fashionqueen 8 years
I need to buy me a pair then for when I go running.
soapbox soapbox 8 years
*Drools* That lace idea is brilliant. No more triple knots.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Ohh I like those shoes. I love the color orange especially on my running togs. Wonder if the New Balance store on Sutter has those already?
cmd0610 cmd0610 8 years
I agree with runningesp about going to the store it's the only real way to pick a shoe. And Fit I disagree with you about "If you're serious about running, a more expensive sneaker really does feel different especially on those longer runs." I think for neutral runners an expensive shoe like this one can be too over-engineered even for longer distance runners. Where the money should be spent is by runners who overpronate or have very high arches . .there are lots of excellent neutral shoes that are $100. The Asics 2140 and the Nike Zoom Structure Trizx +12 are both shoes I've used this year to run 50/60+ miles/week and I've race in 6 half- marathons with them. . neither ran me over $100. I do not think there's a direct correlation between spending more money and on a shoe and it's quality for long distane for neutral runners . . . best thing like it's been said already to go to your store, a good store will sell you the best shoe for you not the most expensive . .I just don't like the suggestion that you need to invest extra for long distance running. . . don't buy a $50 shoe at Macy's but spending over $100 is not necessary unless you've got some problems to correct/deal with.
hannahc hannahc 8 years
I wear the 763, it's an awesome shoe! I love the laces too, and the shoes are light and stable. I won't buy anything else for a while. And I agree with going to a local running store, it's the only way to find the right shoes for your feet and stride.
runningesq runningesq 8 years
Remember to go to your friendly local store and get fitted for the right pair of shoes. Buying shoes based on looks or on what others like can be a recipe for disaster !
Renee3327 Renee3327 8 years
I have a previous version of these sneakers and they are great, really comfy, provide a lot of stability while still being lightweight. I only run about 15 miles/week but they definitely do the job!
Beaner Beaner 8 years
Oooh, I love those laces! Brilliant idea.
wiggle wiggle 8 years
I love New Balance shoes. I like the colors of these too.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
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