For Your New Balance Shoes

Storage and maintenance

Keeping your new balance shoes in a clean, dry and cool place is one of the safest ways to care for them. Usually, warm environments like direct sunshine and your car’s booth make the shoes to stretch, expand and lose their original shape, size and appearance. However, this should not be an excuse for not airing your shoes under sunshine. You should do this once in a while for approximately half an hour. Solar radiation aids in removing bad odor and destroying viruses from your shoes.

Working out

It is advisable to try working out with your new balance shoes before subjecting them to intense exercises. It allows them to adjust in to the physique of your feet. After expanding and molding to your legs’ shapes, they will be more comfortable and useful for extreme running. You will want to apply petroleum jelly on surfaces such as your sores that might feel frictions while working out. Experts will discourage you from using these special shoes on multiple sports. For example as shoes designed for running, you should not use them for playing golf or football.

Fitting and usage

You might want to give thought to professional assistance with regards to your feet’s comfort and care. This is a smart move that a passionate athlete who spends more on pricey new balance shoes cannot ignore. It is best to buy your shoes later in the afternoon when they have grown to their maximum sizes. In addition to getting a well-fitting pair of these shoes, you will want to avoid attaching them very firmly. Doing so enhances aeration and your general comfort.

Men’s New Balance Vazee Pace

The Vazee Pace, another award-winning lightweight trainer, continues New Balance’s transition in image from “shoes for chubby white guys” (thanks, SNL) to a leader in the fast, performance category. Similar in shape to the Fresh Foam Zante, with a high arch and strong upturn in the toe, the Vazee Pace uses a different midsole material—Revlite—to provide a firmer, bouncier ride. The outsole is split into multiple pads, with durable carbon rubber under the heel and toe, and responsive blown rubber under the ball. The upper, a simple mesh with thin welded overlays for support, holds the foot nicely without binding anywhere. Testers praised the balance between weight and cushioning

“The Vazee Pace has the weight of a racing flat combined with the durability of a long-run trainer. Very comfortable ride with surprisingly ample cushioning. This shoe is built for speed and built to last, showing little wear after more than 200 miles.”