10 Best New Balance Shoes For Working Out

Updated on: July 2021

Best New Balance Shoes For Working Out in 2021


New Balance Men's Roav V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, Gunmetal/Summer Fog, 10.5 D US

New Balance Men's Roav V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, Gunmetal/Summer Fog, 10.5 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

New Balance Women's Roav V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe ,Magnet/Black/Champagne Metallic , 10.5 W US

New Balance Women's Roav V1 Fresh Foam Running Shoe ,Magnet/Black/Champagne Metallic , 10.5 W US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Truly unique: The New Balance fresh Foam Roav V1 running shoes are the ultimate in casual Athletic style. Pairing a bold, attractive look with plush comfort, these cushioned running shoes are in a League of their own
  • Fresh Foam midsole: feel like you're running or walking in the clouds. The first of three proprietary technologies in this athletic shoe, fresh Foam midsole cushioning is precision engineered to deliver an ultra-cushioned, lightweight ride
  • Endurance outsole: step up your game without wearing out your favorite running shoes. Endurance rubber outsole technology provides superior Durability in high-wear areas to help get more out of the shoes
  • Ultra Heel: these neutral running shoes boast a head-turning heel that performs as well as it looks. The ultra Heel design hugs the back of the foot for a snug, supportive fit. This unique heel works alongside the bootie Upper for all-day comfort
  • 8mm drop: these lightweight shoes feature a heel-to-toe drop of approximately 8mm. Due to variances created during development and manufacturing processes, references to 8mm are approximate

New Balance Men's Lazr V2 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, orca/Black/Light Tidepool, 16 D US

New Balance Men's Lazr V2 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, orca/Black/Light Tidepool, 16 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Data-driven design: The New Balance fresh Foam lazr V2 running shoes are soft for any run. Designed using data from real athletes, these shoes are built for performance from the sole up. Style, comfort and support come through with every stride
  • Fresh Foam midsole: the ultra-soft midsole is made with fresh Foam cushioning, precision engineered to deliver an ultra-cushioned, lightweight ride. It's also laser engraved to eliminate bulk while remaining plush underfoot
  • Translucent rubber outsole: the stylish and dependable translucent rubber outsole provides these cushioned running shoes with lightweight traction. Plus, it adds depth and texture to the shoe, enhancing its overall Athletic appearance
  • Hypoknit upper: this gym shoe's comfortably textured upper is made with built-in Hypoknit technology, designed to provide strategic areas of stretch and support. It's engineered for the ultimate dynamic fit
  • Strategic heel support: rounding out the performance elements of this workout shoe are the bootie construction, Achilles heel pocket and external TPU heel counter. These pieces work together to provide security and support during your longest runs

New Balance Men's MX517v1 Training Shoe, Grey/Red, 12 D US

New Balance Men's MX517v1 Training Shoe, Grey/Red, 12 D US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Removable Insole
  • Closure Type: Lace-Up

New Balance Women's 520v5 Cushioning Running Shoe, BLACK/MULTI, 6.5 M US

New Balance Women's 520v5 Cushioning Running Shoe, BLACK/MULTI, 6.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Rubber
  • Imported

New Balance Insoles 3810 Ultra Support Insole Shoe, Orange, 7.5-8 W US Women / 6-6.5 M US Men

New Balance Insoles 3810 Ultra Support Insole Shoe, Orange, 7.5-8 W US Women / 6-6.5 M US Men
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Heel and forefoot are protected from shock with specially placed Abzorb cushioning.
  • Arch shape features special air flow channels which move warm air out while bringing cold air in.
  • Extra deep heel cup provides additional support and comfort.
  • Anti-blister top cover

New Balance Men's 6" Boxer Brief 3-Pack, Blue/Deep Jade/Thunder, Medium(32-34")

New Balance Men's 6
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • What’s Included: 3 New Balance Men's 6 Inch Boxer Brief Fly Front with Pouch. The sizes are available in Small (29-31 Inches), Medium (32-34 Inches), Large (36-38 Inches), X-Large (40-42 Inches) and XX-Large (44-46 Inches)
  • Ultimate Comfort: Made from 90% polyester and 10% spandex, these briefs are tagless and breathable, providing you with the ultimate comfort. A lightweight 4-way stretch supports your every move.
  • Features: A quick wicking design and mesh gusset moves sweat away from your body which will keep you cool and dry. They are perfect for working out, running, skiing, skateboarding, football, baseball, basketball, tennis, volleyball, soccer, and hiking.
  • Superior Design: These boxers feature an elastic waistband for added flex. These briefs also feature a “no-ride” inseam. You will not have to deal with uncomfortable bunching or irritation.
  • How to Wash: Washer and dryer safe! Machine wash cold with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron.

'New Balance Men's Breathable Lightweight Low Cut Socks (6 Pack), Black Logo, Size Shoe Size: 6-12.5'

'New Balance Men's Breathable Lightweight Low Cut Socks (6 Pack), Black Logo, Size Shoe Size: 6-12.5'
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Reinforced heel and toe helps to prevent holes from rubbing and wear extending the life of the socks
  • Lightweight and soft material for maximum comfort and cooling
  • Moisture control technology promotes moisture absorption and keeps your feet dry all day
  • Multipack value offers 6 pairs of soft and breathable socks at affordable price
  • Easy Care - Machine Wash, Tumble Dry; Please Reference Product Description for More Details

'New Balance Men's Breathable Solid Lightweight Low Cut Socks (6 Pack), Solid White, Size Shoe Size: 6-12.5'

'New Balance Men's Breathable Solid Lightweight Low Cut Socks (6 Pack), Solid White, Size Shoe Size: 6-12.5'
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Reinforced heel and toe helps to prevent holes from rubbing and wear extending the life of the socks
  • Lightweight and soft material for maximum comfort and cooling
  • Moisture control technology promotes moisture absorption and keeps your feet dry all day
  • Multipack value offers 6 pairs of soft and breathable socks at affordable price
  • Easy Care - Machine Wash, Tumble Dry; Please Reference Product Description for More Details

New Balance Insoles IPR3030 Pressure Relief Insole, Beige,13-13.5 D US Mens/14.5-15 US Womens

New Balance Insoles IPR3030 Pressure Relief Insole, Beige,13-13.5 D US Mens/14.5-15 US Womens
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • The plastazote top layer molds to your feet, helping to releive and protect the pressure points. Recommended for people with diabetes or arthritis
  • Azorb cushioning pods (with poron cellular urethane technology) proivde mazimum shock absorption at the heel and forefoot. Poron is lightweight, durable, and does not harden like polyvinyl chloride or breakdown like latex
  • The contoured shape of the metatarsal arch rise distributes pressure and can help prevent or provide releif from plantar fasciitis, morton's neuromo and metatarsalgia
  • The pressure releif arch supports features molded channels designed to move warm air out and draw cool air towards the foot
  • New balance insoles fit all athletic, casual, dress and hiking shoes which come with removable footbed. They can be used all day, every day, for standing, walking, running or any sport

Bobby Murcer-The Most Popular of Yankees

Bobby Murcer was supposed to fill the shoes of Mickey Mantle, an impossible task, but he still won the hearts of the Yankee faithful, especially when he won a game for his departed pal.

Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1946, the same state Mantle hailed from, Bobby Murcer played Little League baseball as Mickey was becoming a Bronx icon. Murcer became a New York fan because of Mantle, and was signed in 1964 by the same scout that inked Mantle to a New York contract, Tom Greenwade. Murcer began his professional career in the infield, as had Mantle. Bobby was named the Most Valuable Player of the Greensboro squad in the Yankee farm system, and the big club called him up in 1965. Murcer played shortstop for the Yankees for a total of 29 games before being drafted into the army in 1966, but in that short time he committed 11 errors, mostly of the throwing variety. Although he played with Mantle during that audition, when he returned Mickey would be retired and the Yankees would be trying to recover from a horrible decline.

Murcer was still just 23 when he came back to the team in 1969, but he had gained some much needed maturity. Along with catcher Thurman Munson, Bobby gave the Yankees some talent to build around. Munson and he were fast friends, and Murcer had a strong season in '69 as the Yanks went 80-81. He and Thurman appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated with the caption of "Pride of the New Yankees" under the photo. Bobby hit .259 with 26 homers and 82 runs batted in, and was made into an outfielder after an aborted experiment of playing third resulted in 14 miscues.

On June 24th, 1970, Murcer hit a homer in his last at bat in the front end of a twin bill at the Stadium against the Indians. He then proceeded to belt three in his first trio of times up in the nightcap to tie Lou Gehrig's Yankee record of four round trippers in a row. 1971 may have been Murcer's finest year, as he hit .331, second in the circuit, and knocked in 94 runs. Bobby never eclipsed the one hundred plateau in runs batted in for a single campaign, but he did have more than 78 nine times, from 1969 through 1977. On August 29th, 1972, Murcer hit for the cycle against the Rangers; it would be 23 years before a Yankee did this again. In July of 1973, Murcer clobbered three homers in a game versus the Royals.

When the Yankees had to play their home games at Shea Stadium while Yankee Stadium was being renovated, nobody's numbers suffered more than the left-handed hitting Murcer. His swing was well suited to the short porch in right in the Bronx, but Shea's longer fences and windy conditions made his life miserable in 1974, but he manager 88 runs batted in despite just 11 home runs. The Yankees shocked their fan base and Murcer, who cried when he was told he had been traded to the Giants straight up for Bobby Bonds, in October of 1974.

If he thought Shea was windy, what could Bobby Murcer have thought when he played in the swirling gales of Candlestick Park? Murcer hated being in San Francisco, but still had two years of 90 and 91 RBI. He made it clear he did not want to be there, and when he made a comment that "Patty Hearst could be hiding in Candlestick's upper deck and nobody would ever find her", he was dealt to the Cubs in 1977. This was another venue where the winds would hurt his numbers, but he still had his last solid year in '77, when he knocked in 89 men.

Meanwhile, the Yankees had improved through all their free agent moves and had won three flags in a row and two World Series in Bobby's absence. Murcer was reacquired by New York in 1979, but the five-time All-Star was now 33 years old and would be platooned for the majority of the remainder of his career, hitting mostly against right-handed pitching. Early in August of that season, Munson was killed when he crashed the small jet he was piloting in Canton, Ohio. Murcer had lost his best friend, and on August 6th, he delivered one of the eulogies at Thurman's emotional funeral.

The Yankees had to play a contest that night against the Orioles, who were leading the division and would go on to the World Series. Murcer was told by a drained Billy Martin that he didn't have to play, but Bobby told his skipper that something was telling him he needed to. The Yankees were down 4-0 in the late inning when Murcer cracked a three run homer to right to make things closer. With two outs in the bottom of the ninth in the nationally televised game, Murcer came up with two men on; New York still was behind by the 4-3 score. Normally he would have been pinch-hit for, as a tough lefty, Tippy Martinez, was on the mound. But Martin let him hit, and Murcer ripped an opposite field double to win the game. As he came off the field, he openly wept, as the crowd went wild. He later gave the bat he used that evening to Munson's widow, Diane.

Playing less and less each year, Murcer finally retired in 1983, when Yankee owner George Steinbrenner offered him an announcing job with the team. Bobby Murcer has been in the booth ever since, now working Yankee games for their YES Network, his self denigrating humor a staple of the summertime in the Bronx.. He never put up Mantle-type stats, but he did hit 252 home runs with over a thousand runs batted in, numbers that would have been considerably higher had he stayed in New York for the four and a half years he "lost" in the National League. But Bobby Murcer has no regrets, nor should he, as no Yankee as been so well liked by the fans as the former shortstop from Oklahoma, who once won a game for his friend with two swings of his bat.

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