NEW BALANCE UPDATES VERSATILE 910 TRAIL SHOE FOR FALL 2015
BOSTON, MA - December, 2014 – This Fall 2015, Boston-based New Balance will introduce the New Balance 910v2, an update to the 910 trail shoe. The 910v2 has the best of both cushioning and lightweight design to create a responsive trail shoe for all types of terrain. The 910v2 will launch in July 2015 with the suggested retail price of $109.95.
A little brother to the 1210 with blended characteristics of the 890, the 910v2 offers a REVlite midsole to give runners superior cushioning. Updated with an improved fit and enhanced flexibility in the forefoot, the 910v2 is designed to be the go-to trainer on the trails.
The 910v2 trail shoe boasts an improved RockStop, along with toe protect and a gusseted tongue to provide protection no matter the elements. The molded ABZORB insert/sockliner provides additional comfort and support. The upper material was designed for trail specific conditions along with synthetic and mesh for breathability on the trails while keeping out sediment.
The New Balance 910v2 marries a rugged, classic and technical look with stylish hues for all trail use.
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