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NEW BALANCE 880 AND 860 | JackRabbit Review

The 880 and 860 are a couple of the most popular running shoes from New Balance and there’s a reason why. Think of them as dependable running partners that will see you though long run days. As an added bonus, for the first time they are now available online!

 

NEW BALANCE 880 & NEW BALANCE 860

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NEW BALANCE 880 AND 860: ENGINEERED TO WITHSTAND

The New Balance 880 and it’s stability partner the New Balance 860, are the workhorses of running shoes. Both these performance shoes from New Balance protect, perform and should be considered as part of ‘long run’ options for any runner. As an added bonus, these long-time store exclusives are now available online! 

The New Balance 880 and 860 are some of the most popular technical running shoes and there’s a reason why. Think of them as dependable running partners who will see you though long run days with a smile.

The latest versions of the New Balance 880 and 860 have ‘no-sew’ overlays which translate to us running mortals as there’s a seamless upper material which screams out a flexible fit for every foot. 

The latest outsole has been specifically tailored to work equally well on wet or dry roads, so when you’re running long, the weather can turn and you won’t have to. 

 

NEW BALANCE 880 AND 860: SIBLING PARTNERS

New Balance 880 2019

New Balance 880

With you for the long haul. The New Balance 880 is your trusted run partner. For pro athletes to weekend warriors alike, the New Balance 880 has a secure fit thanks to it's seamless design. Lace up and get ready to run long.

New Balance 860 v9

New Balance 860 Stability Shoe

Steady on the run. For moderate pronators the New Balance 860 is a durable shoe with premium materials. It has a stability post on the medial side just under the arch to counteract the pronation.

 
 

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