New Balance 880

Designed as the optimal performance daily trainer, the New Balance 880 is worthy successor to the popular 759 of the 750 series. The 880 has been updated with more cushioning and a slightly redesigned midsole while maintaining its popular features and performance.

MSRP : US$100
Weight : 10.8 oz / 306 gm
Predecessor : 759
Product Cycle : RY.2011.DY.20XX.
Features : Upper : Open Mesh, Dual Density Collar Foam, Traditional Sockliner, Construction Last : Midsole : Acteva™ Lite, N-Ergy, Stability Web® : Outsole : Ndurance™, Blown Rubber

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N : A daily high mileage neutral shoe with moderate feature for "Neutral to Supinating" runners.

2010NewBalance759NDHistory : 880 Series : 880('11) : 750 Series : 759('10), 758('09), 757('08), 756('07)

ZebarPlusGlossry2011NewBalance880NGlossaryAbzorb® Strobel Last : Construction Last : Additional layer of cushioning under foot from heel to toe : Strobel : The upper is attached to a thin material that is patterned on the shape or silhouette of the midsole. Traditional strobel lasts use a thin cloth material, while newer variations use a thin sheet of EVA for a more cushioned feel : Abzorb® : For pure cushioning in the heel and forefoot, Abzorb® is the solution. By absorbing shock and displacing energy, Abzorb® softens the impact, foot-strike after foot-strike.

ActEva™ Lite : Premium lightweight midsole provides optimal resistance to compression set - 24% lighter than standard foam.

Blown Rubber : For lightweight cushioning outsole.

Dual Density Collar Foam : Uses both a softer density foam against the foot for cushioning, and a firmer density foam for support.

N-ergy® : Placed under the heel provides NB's most advanced shock absorption and cushioning.

N-durance® : Provides long-wearing durability outsole.

Open Mesh : With Synthetic Overlays to provide lightweight and supportive upper.

Stability Web® : Delivers midfoot support and reduces the weight of the shoe.

Traditional Sockliner : EVA insert designed for underfoot Cushioning.

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