New Balance 1400

Looking for some speed? The New Balance 1400, a low to the ground neutral trainer might be the perfect companion which you have been seeking. Low to the ground and packed with performance, it provides excellent responsiveness and impact absorption.

MSRP : US$90
Weight : 7.1 oz / 200 gm
Predecessor : Nil
Product Cycle : RY.2013.DY.20XX.
Features : Style : NB-J, 10mm Heel-Toe Differential : Upper : Open Mesh, Molded Foam Insole, Combination Last : Midsole : RevLite® Midsole : Outsole : Blown Rubber Rubber

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2013NewModel History : 1400 Series : v1('13)

P : A "Performance" trainer with minimum features, for speed training or raceday.

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10mm Heel-Toe Differential : By reducing the heel to toe differential, it will encourage a more natural foot (Midfoot / Forefoot Strike) movement as compared to the traditional 12mm differential.

Blown Rubber : Industrial standrad rubber outsole for lightweight cushioning.

Combination Last, Footbed : Utilizes lightweight slip construction in the heel for flexibility and strobel construction in the forefoot for underfoot comfort : Slip Last : The upper is wrapped around the bottom of the last and the materials are stitched together down the middle : Strobel Last : 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.

RevLite®, Midsole : Ultra lightweight material with superior cushioning that disperses impact forces which delivers the same responsiveness and durability of foams which are 30% heavier.

Molded Foam Insole : Revolutionary thermo-moldable foam for a light underfoot cushioning.

NB-J, Shoe Last : A racing-specific last for high performance running with Standard heel widht, Lower instel height, Reduced toe box volume and Reduced forefoot width

Open Mesh : A breathable lightweight open weave mesh with overlays to lock down the foot while providing un-restricted movement.


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