10 Best Men's New Balance Running Shoes

Updated on: June 2021

Best Men's New Balance Running Shoes in 2021


New Balance Men's Roav V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, Gunmetal/Summer Fog, 12 D US

New Balance Men's Roav V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, Gunmetal/Summer Fog, 12 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

New Balance Men's 460v2 Cushioning Running Shoe, Black, 9 M US

New Balance Men's 460v2 Cushioning Running Shoe,  Black, 9 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Injection Molded EVA midsole
  • Medial Rubber Wrap
  • NB Response 1.0 Performance Insert
  • Removable insert
  • Synthetic/Mesh Upper

New Balance Men's Propel V1 FuelCell Running Shoe, Lead/Black, 11 D US

New Balance Men's Propel V1 FuelCell Running Shoe, Lead/Black, 11 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Athletic shoe
  • Synthetic

New Balance Men's M990GL4 Running Shoe, Grey/Castle Rock, 11 D US

New Balance Men's M990GL4 Running Shoe, Grey/Castle Rock, 11 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Lace up running shoe featuring breathable mesh upper with supportive leather overlays
  • Blown rubber outsole; Dual density collar foam
  • ENCAP PU ring with EVA core in heel
  • ENCAP PU Ring with EVA Core
  • Medicare/HSPCS Code = PDAC A5500 Diabetic Shoes

New Balance Men's 1080v9 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, Gunmetal/Outerspace/Energy red, 11 D US

New Balance Men's 1080v9 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, Gunmetal/Outerspace/Energy red, 11 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Ultra Heel and Bootie Construction
  • Engineered Mesh with No-Sew material application
  • Fresh Foam
  • 8 MM Drop
  • Ortholite Sockliner

New Balance Men's Draft V1 Running Shoe, Black/Magnet, 12 D US

New Balance Men's Draft V1 Running Shoe, Black/Magnet, 12 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Synthetic
  • Synthetic

New Balance Men's 680v6 Cushioning Running Shoe, Pigment/RGB Green, 10.5 M US

New Balance Men's 680v6 Cushioning Running Shoe, Pigment/RGB Green, 10.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Synthetic/Mesh Upper
  • NB Response 2. 0 Performance Insert
  • Engineered Mesh
  • Injection Molded EVA with ABZORB and 10 MM Drop
  • No-Sew material application
  • closure type: Lace Up

New Balance Men's Hierro V5 Fresh Foam Trail Running Shoe, Varsity Gold/NEO Classic Blue, 9.5 D US

New Balance Men's Hierro V5 Fresh Foam Trail Running Shoe, Varsity Gold/NEO Classic Blue, 9.5 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • 187 mm drop: due to variances created during the development and manufacturing processes, all references to 8 mm drop are approximate
  • Fresh Foam innovative midsole created from a single piece of foam that provides a plush, more natural ride
  • Synthetic upper
  • Vibram outsole provides maximum surface contact and multi-directional traction. Vibram is a registered trademark of Vibram S.p.A. All rights reserved.

New Balance Men's 560v7 Cushioning Running Shoe, Silver/Black, 10.5 D US

New Balance Men's 560v7 Cushioning Running Shoe, Silver/Black, 10.5 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Injection Molded EVA midsole
  • ABZORB in heel
  • Medial Rubber Wrap
  • NB Ultra soft comfort removable insert
  • No-sew material application

New Balance Men's Arishi V1 Fresh Foam Trail Running Shoe, Steel/Stone Blue/Black, 9.5 D US

New Balance Men's Arishi V1 Fresh Foam Trail Running Shoe, Steel/Stone Blue/Black, 9.5 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • AT Tread outsole provides versatile traction during both on and off-road activities
  • EVA foam insert increases comfort
  • Fresh Foam midsole cushioning is precision engineered to deliver an ultra-cushioned, lightweight ride
  • Toe Protect technology helps protect feet from rocks, roots and debris
  • Upper features no-sew construction for a sleek fit and feel

Personal Finance: Tracking Your Net Worth

This article gives tips on running your personal finances with the same big-picture perspective that a CFO uses on a corporate balance sheet.

My husband and I started tracking our net worth nearly five years ago. This simple spreadsheet exercise has aided us immensely in achieving our personal finance goals these past few years. By thinking about personal finance the same way a company builds its balance sheet, it is easy to see the big picture and achieve long-term finance goals.

Just like a company balance sheet, "net worth" is calculated as "assets" minus "liabilities". Our spreadsheet is constructed with a list of assets and debts in the first column and monthly dates across the top. Every month or two, I enter the value of each account in the corresponding column. Since my husband and I are rather geeky accountant types we also list subtotals for each of the following sections:

Assets
We start our spreadsheet by listing our assets. We start with "liquid" assets. These are assets that can be easily converted to cash. Our liquid assets include: checking and savings accounts, money market accounts, mutual funds, and individual stocks. Liquid assets could also include bond funds, bonds, Treasury bills, and savings bonds, to name just a few.

Next on the spreadsheet we list our "retirement" assets. These include our 401K and IRA accounts. We've been slow to roll over old employer 401K accounts, so we've accumulated quite a collection of accounts in this section. Eventually, we'll do the right thing and consolidate these, but in the meantime our monthly net worth exercise has forced us to keep track of the locations and amounts in these accounts.

Following retirement assets we list "college" assets. Our two-year-old son currently has two college savings accounts listed in this section. We track a pre-paid college tuition account and a custodial account for our son in this section.

After college assets we have a section for "fixed" assets. This section includes our house, cars, and furniture. Other common fixed assets might include boats, motorcycles, coins, vacation homes, etc. The values of the cars I usually update a couple of times a year by looking up the value on Kelly Blue Book's value calculator. This value depreciates over time based on the age, mileage, and condition of the vehicle. The value of the house I update once or twice a year with our best estimate of what the house would sell for. There are many real estate websites that can help with this valuation.

Liabilities
Now comes the "liabilities" portion of the balance sheet. Similar to a corporate balance sheet, we start with "short-term" liabilities. Our short-term liabilities include our two credit cards, our car loans, and my husband's graduate-school loan.

Fortunately, our credit card debt is now at a level that can be paid off each month and the car loans are now non-existent, but that was not always the case. It took strong fiscal discipline and our net worth exercise to reach this stage.

Finally, we list our home loan. This is a really easy number to track since the pay-off amount comes every month with the mortgage statement. That's it for the liabilities. Other examples of liabilities might include business loans, store lines-of-credit, and loans from other family members.

Subtracting the liabilities from the assets gives net worth. The beauty of this simple exercise is the big-picture perspective it gives to personal finance. With a little fiscal discipline, savings will increase and debt will decrease each month, giving a higher overall net worth value.

For our family, this spreadsheet has been a terrific tool in tracking investment performance and measuring our progress in paying down debt. Also, by regularly checking in on investment and credit card accounts, we're protecting ourselves from identity theft and surprise changes in investment performance.

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