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No matter you are going for walk or running around, playing games or going to exercise, New Balance MX623 will never let you down as it is an all rounder. The upper is made up with luxurious leather that delivers a great amount of comfort to the feet and as it is durable so you can wear the shoe for ages and it will never look old. The leather of this training shoe is easy to maintain which is a good point. The leather also increases the breath ability level by circulating the air from the pores of the upper which helps to keep it safe from debris and abrasion and keep the feet cooler and drier all day long. Your feet will remain in a complete comfort zone because the interior is made up with soft lining and the insole is padded that allows a more comfortable walk. Seamless Phantom Liner helps to add lightness to every step you take and it also aid to the comfort level. Its Midsole is made up with EVA that is flexible to have a more comfortable and stride walk. On the other side the mid sole comprises stability shank which is embedded in it and conforms to the foot shape allowing having a more natural walk. ABZORB cushioning is present in both the heel and forefoot which offers an excellent support and cushioning to the feet. Mark II rated slip-resistant rubber outsole is durable and very strong which offers great resistance on all kinds of slipper and rough terrains. Its Weight is 14 ounces. The colors in which this product is available are these: White / Navy , White , Grey , Black.



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Sandwichmaker from Charlottesville, VA

I have this sneaker in both the white/navy color, and in brown. Both are nice quality comfortable shoes. The brown is made with a suede-like finish rather than smooth, and makes a nice choice when you don't want to point out that you're wearing a sneaker. I wear them when I have to walk to a business meeting, and they fit in just fine. Both colors were smaller than marked by a full 1/2 size. Consider ordering a 1/2 size up. Width was fine for me.

RussC from Ozarks in Missouri

I've worn NB's for years and my last pair of 622's just gave out. I ordered the 623's in the same size hoping they would be close. As it turns out, they're no different than the 622's when they were new. Yes, I need to break them in and they're not as wide as I'd expect for a 4E, but that seems to be normal for NB these days. For those of us with Hobbit feet, some extra room would be nice, but overall, I'm pleased with them for now.


I wore size 15 Med. before ordering New Balance shoes, I bought size 15 in N/B at another place and had to send them back. So I suggest for anyone ordering N/B shoes to order one size larger than your size, so they will fit. They also seem more narrow then my other shoes. The shoe laces won't tighten up like on my other shoes. I like them very much and they help me with my balance problem and bad knee, & I would buy another pair when needed.

Rodney from Phoenix, AZ

Love this shoe. I've bought this shoe 4-5 times now. I go through a pair a year. It's pretty much the only shoe I wear every day, so it gets a lot of wear. I started wearing this brand because they seemed to always have my size (15), when other brands didn't. Now I don't even look at other brands. I just come here and order the same shoe!!

Chip Charge from Miami and Asheville

Clay court tennis players with wide feet (I'm a 4E) have always been relegated to the "they have to buy it, we might as well make it ugly" department by NB. Players on clay courts need pretty flat soles, both for sliding, and because normal sneakers leave divots when you play, and only NB makes them that wide--up till now as ugly as they are wide. But these are not unattractive, and are as comfortable as good-fitting NB shoes get (which is pretty comfortable). I tend to be an 11, but sometimes 11s are a little tight. These 11 1/2, 4E shoes fit me perfectly.

Pat from Baltimore

I do not wear tennis shoes much, after some badgering, I decided I should at least have a pair on hand. The shoe fits pretty well. It feel like there is a lump at the front of the arch near the pad of my foot. This may just be some added support I am not used to, I did not realize that their shoes were this complicated. Apparently you should contact an adviser to get the best one for you. I don't know if I picked the right one or not. In addition there are a number of ways you lace the shoes depending on your feet.

Rod from San Diego, Ca.

I have been wearing NB X trainer shoes for many years. As soon as I put on the new 623's I could feel the difference. My heel sits lower, less foot and arch support. I decided to keep the 623 as a everyday bumming around shoe but will not wear them when working out. My old 608's have better support than this new shoe. I understand NB trying to keep cost down and stay competitive but they will be losing customers as a result. NB had a winner with the 608's and older X trainers so why mess with a good product.


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