• 29-JUN-2016

~~BOSTON, September 2015 – For Fall 2016 Boston-based New Balance will update the men’s only training design with the Fresh Foam 80v3. New Balance has used innovative technologies to provide a revolutionary approach to training by combining ultra-plush cushioning for a stable experience for off-field training. Fresh Foam 80v3 will launch in July 2016 with a suggested retail price of $99.95.

By combining the intelligence and experience of a human designer with cutting edge computer software, New Balance used athlete testing and software-assisted design to help transform the Fresh Foam sole for conditioning workouts.  A full rubber lugged outsole provides traction and allows you to explode off the line while the Fresh Foam midsole and Quix molded insert. The Quix molded insert is a new addition to this model and is to help improve traction underfoot while training for your specific sport.  

A bootie construction delivers a smooth, sleek wrap on the foot with a one piece mesh upper construction to provide exceptional support in a lightweight breathable mesh package.  No sew overlays complete this clean, technical upper design. Grounded in bright colors and vivid accents on the design, the Fresh Foam 80v3 offers athletes a cushioned neutral training shoe that will be sure to elevate their game.

About New Balance
New Balance, headquartered in Boston, MA has the following mission: Demonstrating responsible leadership, we build global brands that athletes are proud to wear, associates are proud to create and communities are proud to host. New Balance is the only major company to make or assemble more than 4 million pairs of athletic footwear per year in the USA, which represents a limited portion of our US sales. Where the domestic value is at least 70%, we label our shoes Made in the USA. New Balance owns five factories in New England and one in Flimby, U.K. New Balance employs more than 5,000 associates around the globe, and in 2014 reported worldwide sales of $3.3 billion. To learn more about New Balance, please visit